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Slow to connect to internet and 2 blue screens


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This is wireless correct?

Is Windows controlling the wireless or is there another program from the wireless maker?

Does Avira provide a firewall or do you use Windows firewall?

When was the last time you did a defrag?
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Hi, yes its wireless. I use windows firewall and I think the wireless is controlled by DW WLAN CARD Utility. I think the last defrag was done about a month ago
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Would not hurt to run a defrag. I find that Ultra Defrag works better and faster:
http://ultradefrag.s...t/en/index.html

You might try letting windows control the wireless. If you open the Network and Sharing center there is usually an option to let Windows Manage the wireless. This may help:
http://grok.lsu.edu/...?articleid=5822
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