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USB Connection instead of ethernet causes PC to crash

Was previously using on old PC using Wnidows XP SP2. Had to get Microsoft file fix as it was crashing as it does now.

Now using Windows Vista, have downloaded latest Vista drivers but crashing still occurs.

Can't find any solution from Microsoft or Motorola

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  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2008

    ugh, how dare they put out windows 7, when vista is steadily ruining my brand new computer! the crashing is constant now. for no reason! i've done all microsoft suggests. they will never get another cent out of this fed up consumer! who feels the same?!

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Motorola advise to use ethernet connection only

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