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I have been getting the Recurring BSOD.

Technical information:
***STOP: 0x000000D1 (0x6c612d70,0X00000002, 0x00000000, 0x6C612D70)

I am using a Dell Inspiron 1100
Windows XP
NetGear Wireless PC Card

It seems that I am not having BSOD with the wireless card unplugged. I ran a complete virus scan with no problems(the wireless card was unplugged). I plug in the card and within 2 minutes I get the BSOD. I do not even have to open internet explorer.
I plugged in an ethernet card that I took from another computer that was just online. I am getting no lights on the back of the computer at the ethernet port.
Last time I had the device manager open with the wireless card out. There were no conflicts visible in the device manager. I plugged in the card. I did not see any conflicts. I even saw the manager recognize the device and then BSOD.

Is my problem on my board? Does it sound like the card?
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