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WIFI crashing my comp??

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Marcelft, Sep 19, 2008.

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  1. Marcelft

    Marcelft Thread Starter

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    Ok..so when I get on my neighbors WiFi it crashes my comp, I get the blue screen of dealth, sometimes it freezes on that, other times the comp will just reboot itself. When I go to Panear Bread to use their free WiFi I have no trouble. The blue screen gives me the following message (most of it anyways):

    A problem has been detected with windows, has been shut down:

    IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

    Check new software

    Disable Bios memory options such as caching, or shadowing.

    Technical info:

    ****Stop: 0x0000000a (oxff1711f2, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0x804d9b64)

    Beginning dump, dump sucessfull

    Help,
    Im spending way to much money on Panera Bagels.
     
  2. TerryNet

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    From your description it sounds like the real problem is that you are not spending money on your own internet access.

    Since accessing your neighbor's Wi-Fi is probably illegal and certainly violates his/her ISP's terms of service don't expect much help or sympathy here.
     
  3. Marcelft

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    Maybe I should have been explained more Terry, but you do know what happens when you "assume"?? I have lived next to my neighbor for 5 years, and this happens when I am AT HIS HOUSE, WITH HIS PERMISSION. So, thank you for accusing me of something before even asking, real helpful. Last time I was here I received help and donated money....but I probobly wont get help now as you have cast doubt on me, by assuming, so I look like an ***, and so do, well you know...
     
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    Your post sat there for just under 12 hours w/o a response before I made my assumption. So I doubt that your lack of getting help is because of my assumption. And, I could point out, my assumption began with the words, "From your description it sounds like." Frankly, it still sounds as I assumed. I can understand trying to use a neighbor's network when there and with permission. I have been both on the giving and receiving end of that kind of deal. But I don't understand why failure would drive you to Panera Bread instead of just back to your own residence. :confused:

    FWIW I do find your Wi-Fi problem intriguing. I have not been able to imagine what is wrong unless your neighbor is very good with networking and is doing something deliberate. :(
     
  5. etch

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    ok , mainly its a problem with ur RAM mate , if u lately changed ur ram , it just dont accept overload work with WiFi. its a technical problem with hardware anyways not with the software or the operating system .
     
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