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Windows XP And linksys Wireless Problem


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bluefish1

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I am having a problem with the operation of my computer whenever I try to use it with the wireless network. The computer works fine when it is hardwired to the dsl router but when it is used with the wireless there is a repeating error that occurs. I have installed and removed the wirless hardware and software several times but have not found the cure.Typically the system will run 1-3 hrs without a problem then the blue screen pops up with the following :

DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

This will be followed by a note about "This Stop error screen, restaring the computer,making sure any new hardware or software is properly installed and the steps to use in safe mode "

TECHNICAL INFORMATION :

*** STOP: 0X000000D1,(0XF9882A7C,0X00000002,0X00000001,0XF95E6B7B)

*** RNDISMP.SYS-Address F95E6B7B base at F95E2000,datestamp 41ad6492

Beginning dump of physical memory

Physical memory dump complete
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Hello bluefish1 and Wecome to G2G,

Got a couple quick questions for you first, before we get started:

1. What version of windows XP are you using: Home or Pro?
...........How to Find it: START->RUN->sysdm.cpl->GENERAL Tab->Located under SYSTEM

2. What service Pack are you currently using on Windows XP: SP1, SP2?
...........How to Find it: START->RUN->sysdm.cpl->GENERAL Tab->Located under SYSTEM

3. What is the Model number of the Linksys wireless device you are using?

...........How to Find it: START->RUN->devmgmt.msc->Network Adapters->Right Click on the device and
............select PROPERTIES->GENERAL Tab->very top line



4. Are there any Hardware conflicts for the wireless device?
...........How to Find it: START->RUN->devmgmt.msc->Network Adapters->Right Click on the device and
...........select PROPERTIES->RESOURCES Tab->Conflicting Device List


5. Are there any errors logged in the event viewer at the time of the BSOD?
...........How to Find it: START->RUN->eventvwr.msc->look under the System log for any errors and/or
...........warnings. If you find any, please post the relevant heading, along with the details inside by double
...........clicking on the error/warning, and then copy/pasting the information from within. Look for repeated
...........errors that you think may co-incide with your BSOD

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Hi here is my feedback

1. Media Center Edition , Version 2002

2. Sevice Pack 2

3. Linksys Wireless-G USB Network Adaptor with Speedbooster V2

4. I followed the steps but didn't find a " Resources Tab " The four tabs I found are :
General,Advanced, Driver and Details . What should I do ?

5. I followed the steps but there are many error messages , can you review the attached logs and help me pinpoint the ones to zero in on. The error ( BSOD ) occurred @ 9:50 am on 7/28/06

Thanks for your help

Attached File  System_Event_Log.txt   447KB   247 downloadsAttached File  Application_Event_Log.txt   46.93KB   165 downloads
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The text files point to too many connection attempts by the wireless device and also the device using Remote Network Driver Interface Specification as detailed here. Microsoft has a hotfix for this, so you must contact them for the fix as detailed here... see the section on RESOLUTION.
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