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Computer Crashes When using this Netgear device

Basicly my computer crashes when i use the Netgear WPN311 Wireless PCI adapter. I've tried disabling the LAN, still it crashes. I thought it might be a hardware problem however i tried it out on a friends computer and it worked fine. The difference between our computers is that he has Intel P4 Proccessors and i have Duel Core Athlon. I thought this may be the problem, but if it was im sure there would be some kind of warning about the conflict. Please help me. It seems to crash when i use the internet alot. E.g downloads, msn, internet explorer etc. It appears to work ok if i slowly browse the internet. Thanks for you time.

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  • Marcus Durkan Apr 20, 2007

    Me again. Just one more thing to add. I can use the linksys wireless PCI card and the Netgear USB adapter and the inter woks fine.

    Once again thank you. ;)

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Try downloading the latest drivers for this device and install. See the website below. http://kbserver.netgear.com/products/WPN311.asp

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