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benmat

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Hi, i need help with my wireless network card now... this is the 4th BSOD ive had since i upgraded my cpu... here it is
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*** STOP: 0x000000C2 (0X00000003, 0X8105007C, 0X81577EDO, 0X81577E5)
There is no actual file the error is in, its just giving me a STOP error and nothing else. Im running a P4 3.0ghz HT prescott FSB 800mhz, Micro-Star MS-6540G MB, TP-LINK 550G wireless network card, radeon 9200, 256mb ddr ram, running windows SP1. Recently formatted so there isnt really much on the HDD. This started when i upgraded my CPU, went from celeron 2.8ghz to P4 3.0ghz. Hope someone can help. Also having a problem with my DVD-RW drive. Whenever its giving me a stop error, i cbf typing out the stop error so i doubt anyone can help me (DAM MY LAZYNESS!) all i can remember is the error was in "atapi.sys" it works fine when i put a different cd drive in, but it goes all gay when i put the dvd drive in... HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP!!!!!!me MAD RAWR! :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: GRRRR
 

benmat

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No luck... I am 100% sure it is my wireless network card that is causing the problems now. Im not sure if its drivers, or the card itself. But all i know is whenever i put the network card in, the pc boots up alright. Its just when i install drivers is when it goes all crappy on me and i get that BSoD... Im starting to think it might be drivers conflicting, or maybe i might have some settings wrong??? im not sure, but any more help would be appreciated. By the way, thanks swiper.
 
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