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Before connecting to the internet wired or wireless, a blue screen occur... I unistalled wireless drivers and re-istalled again, I replaced the wireless unit with a new one using the original configuration sw but if I connect the lan cable direclty from the modem it run and If I connect the lan cable to the wireless unit and plug a new cable for connection between wireless unit to the computer then the blue screen occurr again !!! Wireless drivers probl or Lan Board drivers problems or what ? Thanks

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Try getting the driver from the manufacture on the internet. The driver maybe corrupt causing a blue screen. Another solution is to use a live linux cd, example puppy linux and see if works that way.

http://puppylinux.org

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