Question about Linksys Wireless-G WMP54G 802.11g/b
Try booting into safe mode, and disabling the power management for the wireless adaptor (in windows, control panel, system, device manager, then click the plus sign on "network devices" and select the wireless device by right clicking it and selecting the "properties"...one of the tabs will have a setting on the page for power management- (you do NOT want to allow the device to shut itself off).
For a better solution, you'll need to post your OS.
By the way, it might not be the PCI card, but rather your OS, or some hard ware problem (such as RAM or Power Supply failing with the drain from the wireless antenna). Let's start with your OS and rebooting into "safe mode + networking" (hit "f8" while rebooting) once you've turned OFF power management for the wireless PCI device.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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