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Wireless card problem

I have WinXP and use my Blitzz wireless card, initially with no problems. Then internet started sporadically going out, meaning the card would lose the connection and have to re-connect, which would take about a minute each time, but short of being annoying was not a huge issue.

Several days ago, the card started mal-functioning to the point where it would bring up the 'blue screen of death' saying something had stopped working and windows needed to shut down to protect the system. No programs or other things had been changed, yet the wireless card went completely dark each time this happened, so I am heavily suspecting it's the card. I can't connect to the internet any other way at the moment, so I'm stuck:

Is there a tool with which I can check if the card is broken? Does it sound like it? Is it worth looking into trying to fix it? Any other ideas what could be going on?

Thanks, Angie

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HELLO. IT SOUND'S LIKE YOUR CARD IS BAD .!!! THEY ARE MADE CHEP.!!! AND NOT MADE TO LAST .!!! ONE WAY TO CHECK IT IS PUT IT IN ANOTHER LAP TOP AND SEE HOW IT WORK'S .!!! BUT YOUR BEST BET IS TO GO GET A NEW ONE.WELL "GOOD LUCK"

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