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Mat778

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I just got a new computer and a wireless router and wireless card. i installed the device for the wireless card on my computer, (the one the will be using the card) then followed all the instructions and installed the card itself into my computer, when i turned my computer back on, my mouse started laggin a lot, it would move veryyy slow, along with everything else.. why would it do that and how can i fix it? I am using windows XP and i have all the requirements to run the card.
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bad driver....get the latest one from the company website and try that one.

Conflict between wireless utility that came with card and zero wireless configurations in Windows (disable one or the other)
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Alright, and downloading the driver will replace using the CD the card came with right?
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yes
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I installed the latest driver, put my card back in the computer, same problem.
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did you disable a) either the utilty that came with it, or b) zero wireless configuration service?
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