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DWL-132 D-Link Wireless Adaptor

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I have a similiar problem with the DWL-122 but what happens that my system crashes. It give you the blue screen with an error message. Your system basically shuts down. One thing is that I have excellent connection. The main error is the AGA5U.SYS.
Any idea on how to resolve this issue.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Lionel

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Thats actually a fairly common error with wireles usb adaptors across brands. Just go to the d-link website and get new drivers.
Here's a website describing other d-link usb adaptors with the same problem.
If the new drivers don't help you may need to get a new adaptor.

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