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My Windows 7 PC goes Blue Screen when a Mac connets to the Wireless Network

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Geriatrix57, Nov 23, 2011.

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  1. Geriatrix57

    Geriatrix57 Thread Starter

    Nov 23, 2011
    I have encountered this several times:
    I sit on my Windows 7 PC connected wirelessly to our Telsey Broadband router.
    When someone goes on the internet with one of the Macs in our house, I get a Blue Screen, with full memory dump and a total freeze.

    Now we have two wireless networks, one at the Telsey Broadband Router and one on a Airport Express Base station connected to the Telsey Broadband Router with Ethernet cable. The Macs are now connected to the Airport Express network, but I experienced this also when all computers connected to the same wireless network.

    Could anyone please give me some pointers on where to start the debugging?

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    Graphics Card: CA IT Client Manager r12 Video Capture Adapter, 7 Mb
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