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If you are having these problems after installing drivers then you want to uninstall the drivers you installed. You can do this either by going to device manager in control panel or doing a system restore in windows.
Boot your computer into safe mode with networking. To do this, reboot your computer and as it is booting and before you get to the windows screen, press f8 and keep pressing until you get a menu. Select Safe Mode with Networking.
While in Safe mode,
In Windows 7, go to Start and in the search box type device manager, click device manager.
For each of the devices, right click, choose properties, chose drivers tab and then chose roll back drivers.
instead of searching for device manager, search for system restore and restore the computer to a point before the problem started.
In other versions of windows, you can find device manager in Control Panel. System Restore will be under Accessories/Administrative tools.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Posted on May 20, 2011
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