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Possible wireless card fault

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Hope someone can help, I posted a topic a few weeks ago about how I could not connect to the internet. http://www.geekstogo...n...&hl=IEFRAME

I kept getting a error message Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# in the bottom left hand corner and I read somewhere that it had something to do with my anti-virus(Onecare) and I had to uninstall it then reinstall so I did that and it seemed to work but now I don't think it was the case as it's happening again. I looked behind my computer and found that the LED on the card is flashing intermittently, is this normal ?

I have already took the card out of my computer and and put it back in just incase it was loose and it wasn't. I plugged in the cable from the wireless router and my internet works fine so it has to be the card.

Is there anything it could be or any thing I could try to solve this problem as the card is only 3 months old and was working fine before. I cant find my receipt so I can't take it back to the shop if this is a faulty card.

Please help, any advice will be much appreciated.
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