Hi,can you be sure that it is the card that is messing up? i spent alot of time trying to get the damn thing to work,becouse i didn't relise you had to install drivers first.can i just un-install the device to see if that fixes it?.thanks.ben
yeah uninstall it, it's just you mentioned you didn't use it which is why i suggested taking it out. I'm 100% certain it's the driver for this that is causing the problem, try this method ONLY if you still get blue screen crashes after you've installed.
1 create a system restore point
2 backup important files as per usual
3 Under Tools> select Folder Options…> select View > under Hidden files and folders > select Show hidden files and folders 4 Uncheck Hide extension for known file types > click on apply
5 Search for the files TIACXLN.INF and TIACXLN.SYS. Remove these files from the INF and SYSTEM32 (DRIVERS) folders in the Windows directory.