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Are all services enabled in msconfig?
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Please disregard my previous post...got a little ahead of myself there.

Okay, I've followed your instructions and still can't connect to the internet. With each 5 that were selected, I was still able to get into windows beyond the login screen. It seems that maybe it's one of the Microsoft services.
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So you have all Non Microsoft Services Checked is that correct?

Do the same for Microsoft Services. Tell me which one lands up having a problem.
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I think I finally found it...the Microsoft service that appears to be causing the crashes is the one entitled "Wireless Zero Configuration"
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Do you have a wireless network card?
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Yes, I do have a wireless network card.
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What is the make and model of the card.

Try uninstalling and reinstalling the latest Drivers of that card. See if that helps.
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This computer actually came with an "Instant Wireless-B PCI Adapter". I don't have a disk for it, by the way. So when I uninstall it, how can I reinstall the driver for this adapter?
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Totally Frustrated,

Do you know the make and exact model of the wireless network card that you are using?

If not please Download and run WinAudit on the machine. Save a report in HTML format and e-mail it to me. This will generate three files, you need to send only the file named rightframe.html (right.html on some machines) Send Me a PM with the file as a attachment.

Please follow these Instructions for generating a WinAudit Report.

Edited by tuxmaster, 10 October 2007 - 02:06 PM.

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I don't know the make and exact model of the wireless card. I've run WinAudit and have the 3 files saved. But I'm having trouble attaching the requested file to the PM. The file is more than 500Kb (956Kb) in size.
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Totaly Frustrated.

I sent you A PM with my email address please send it there. I do not respond to that email It is only used for gathering information only.
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The WinAudit file has been sent.
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http://www.amazon.co...r/dp/B00005854E

Is this what you have?
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Yes, that's it except I have the WMP11 model...i.e., Linksys Wireless-B PCI Adapter Model No. WMP11 (2.4 GHz, 802.11b).
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Found your drivers.
http://www.linksys.c...aypage=download

Changed Link.

From that site you can get all of linksys drivers.

Edited by tuxmaster, 12 October 2007 - 08:39 AM.

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