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I deleted this file because it was using all of my CPU Usage. It was always peaking at 100%. After I deleted it, I was still able to connect to the internet by using my Linksys Wireless B. The computer has picked up since I got rid of that file. Did I do the right thing?
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Deleting random files from your computer when you're not entirely sure what they do is never a good idea. I've caused many a problem that way myself :whistling:
Check with the guys in the Windows XP or Networking forums, they should be able to get you up and running wirelessly again.
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