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ok this may be a lenghty post so please be patient when reading

it all started when my friend gave me a computer which worked fine but had some trouble with networking and the trouble was everytime i started up the computer i would have to reinstall my intel PRO/100 VE network connection card and setup a new small home network then one day i had a virus so i formatted and the picture went which i fixed so after installing drivers for all my hardware it was fine but still had networking issues then the other day i was able to send but not recieve packets now i tried every possible solution i could find on the internet and i asked an I.T guy who's a friend of the family and he gave me nothing i hadn't already tried so i left it for a day and now everytime i hit the windows loading screen it just freezes it does the same when i try to run safe mode with networking but when it gets to agp40.sys or whatever that one is it freezes and now it just started randomly out of no where but now my networking device cannot start and i have tried every possible solution for that with no success i am at my wits end help.

P.S the majority of times it randomly started the network connection has not been active and just now i started it properly i am once again unable to recieve packets but the light on my router that is meant to be lit when i am connected is not

Edited by omgihatemycomp, 21 June 2009 - 05:43 PM.

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