Crashing could it be a conflict

  Rob 66 21:05 02 Jan 2008

Desktop pc crashing all the time, i went wireless about a week ago every thing was ok for a maxs of 2days, could be coincidence but done a couple of checks and all most certain its to do with going wireless, iv got a netgear 54 DG834G i use the dongle which is usb2.0 to connect, i only have usb1.0 ports could that have caused the problem,would i be better off with a pci adapter, hope some1 can help.
Thanks Rob.

  sunny staines 08:24 03 Jan 2008

have you checked in device manager for problems?

also event viewer for errors.

  Rob 66 14:23 03 Jan 2008

No i haven't not sure wot to do but ill have a look if you can give any tips i would be great full thanks

  woodchip 14:44 03 Jan 2008

Could be any number of things. What are you doing when it crashes

  Rob 66 15:18 03 Jan 2008

Well i download a lot, music,games,movies but always have iv only had the trouble since i went wireles

  Rob 66 15:36 03 Jan 2008

also just crashing when doing nothing Lol just crashed writing this msg

  Ex plorer 15:50 03 Jan 2008

Hi have you run your AV since going wireless or maybe give your disk a De-frag,

  Spark6 16:06 03 Jan 2008

Return to your original setup, before 'going wireless', if your machine is still crashing then you will have removed one of your possible causes.

  woodchip 18:09 03 Jan 2008

Why not do a System Restore to befor all your downloads

  Rob 66 19:24 03 Jan 2008

Found a virus once deleted should i reset system restore

  Ex plorer 00:19 04 Jan 2008

Try before setting system restore. No harm in trying first.

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