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Windows Update causing BSOD?


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soul40K,

You will want to reinstall it with the latest drivers.
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Yea, hoping that will work. I will update this post with what happens after i download the latest.


Update: I installed the newest drivers..... And umm.. now it wont even get past the boot screen (where you hit a key to go to setup or boot menu) Even after taking the wireless card out of the mobo.

Edited by soul40k, 20 November 2007 - 10:41 PM.

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What is the make and model of your computer?
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Soul40k - Souless... aka made piece meal.. Has worked for 1 year till now :) no moving, no change in anything.
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What is your mainboard's manufacture?
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Asus M2N SLI Deluxe
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I experienced a similar problem this afternoon, except that I don't get a BSOD, my Dell shuts down immediately after windows appears to have nearly completed the startup routine. It is definitely the D-Link G520 driver update.
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What the heck.. That's incredibly out of wack.. I need this thing i dont have money for another wireless card :) you didnt happen to find a resolution did you?

Edited by soul40k, 22 November 2007 - 11:03 PM.

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If this is a desktop then try removing the wireless card and see if the problem continues.
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Wireless card has been removed multiple times and still nothing.. I think it really damamged something this install..
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Just for clarification you still get the blue screen with the wireless card removed is that correct.

Have you downloaded anything since you reinstalled the OS?
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Sorry, I thought I had mentoind this before, after I uninstalled it i restarted it, and it worked perfectly. Then when I tried to reinstall it, i restarted, and it hangs at the bios screen without me able to go into the startup or bios screen.
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I would say start removing parts one by one. Strip the system down to Videocard,Memory,CPU see if your system will get past the Bios screen.
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Alright, back to the basic trouble shooting lol. I will be back home on monday and able to attempt this then.
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I reinstalled the original D-Link driver(s). It worked for me. I verified that my problem was the MS Update for the D-Link hardware by installing the update again. I set a restore point before I did this.

Good luck!
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