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Long load up time on windows startup

Hi! im joe, i have an ibm t43 laptop running sp3 windows xp pro, ive been using it for 3 years and recently on windows startup, the wireless network connections (little tv in systray) went from the FIRST item to load to the LAST! in fact, it doesnt load for 13 minutes after startup??? its like it is hanging up on something then it finally loads and runs perfect. it is an intel pro wireless 2200bg, ill pay for a solution, thank you, my e mail is "cfpdiamond@aol.com"

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  • cfpdiamond Aug 03, 2008

    hi proton, ok ive got the file and ive made sure i also had the necessary versions of "access connections", "power management driver" and thinkpad hotkey features" required before the installation of "7kwc50ww.exe. this was a requirement per the installation instructions.

    im doing a full image backup using "rescue & recovery" AND "acronis image" before i do your proceedure so i have two full images JUST IN CASE! :) something messes up during the uninstall and installation. i have to leave town today(sunday) so i will not attempt this until i get back to my office on wednesday. Ill let you know the results!, keep your fingers crossed! just so you know i ran a "sfc /scannow" successfully, and i ran "CCleaners" registry check. talk to you wednesday.
    PS please look for other solutions if this doesnt work, JOE

  • carrie989 Oct 05, 2008

    Reinstalled my Patriot 3030 G553-series with xp home.

    All drivers except the intel pro/wireless went on perfecy.

    Install the wireless driver, & everything works perfect, until restart!

    xp loads up, (welcome etc) desktop, icons, then stops! curser still moves with hour glass.

    Disable, or unintstall the driver works, so must be something wrong with this driver?

    Downloaded direct from intel ver: 9.0.4.39

    HELP ME PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! : - (

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Hi,
The chat got diconnected, apologise for the same. Some times that chat tool acts up.
What we need to do to help you resolve the problem is to uninstall and reinstall the wireless driver.
1. Connect the ,laptop to the wireless router using a network cable. So that we have stable internet connection
2. Click on start and go to control panel, open Add or remove programs
3. Uninstall Intel Pro wirelss and click uinstall
4. Restart your computer
5. Download the updated driver for the wireless connection from the following website
http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?sitestyle=lenovo&lndocid=MIGR-62875

Save the file on your desktop: 7kwc50ww.exe
6. Double click on the file and install. Reconfigure the wireless settings
and it should work fine


Thanks
proton


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