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Message 5 of 9 10, Views. So far, my wireless connection is stable and hasn’t dropped the connection once today. The original poster said he used Norton, I do not. Also note that some of Linksys’s wireless products use the RT chipset so if you are on old drivers, give RALink’s a try. Thanks for the fast reply Yes mine looks like v2 here it is http: Not long after it boots up I get the spontaneous restart. You need to only install drivers not the whole utility

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The problem happens with both cards.

Both caused an BSOD on rt I highly recommend that people vent some good suggestions to them! AnonymousSep 7, I shut down and reset my modem and router more times than I can count.

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Your name or email address: What Ralink and Cisco ought to do is get their software right the first time, and that includes whosever compiler and linker they are using. My network is well and truly hosed.


Message 6 of 9 10, Views. I may need to go out and buy another wireless card. It’s does not get a huge amount of action yet, but the RA engineers monitor it.

Latest WIndows Update for Wireless-G PCI Adapter Broken?

I sure hope so Then I refitted the antenna and hit refresh on the Linksys utility and there it went ahead and I have spent hours trying to repair r2t500 problem today.

I had no clue it was the wireless card in the beginning. But, they still need to get ‘up to speed’ a lot better than they have so far. I tried installing the wireless card in this PC.

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I get a similar problem only my card doesnt hit the network, sees the SSID ok but wont connect. I thought maybe it had something to do with service pack 3 for XP? The only change that was made was a Norton Security update. No more reboots and internetting as we speak. They sent me a replacement Message 5 of 9 10, Views. I end up having to reset the router back to its factory settings.


Still had the same problem. Message 7 of 9 9, Views.

Message 4 of 9 11, Views. After a while I started the machine without wireless antenna and this time it booted fine! BTQ1Jul 8, So apparently, just having the “bad” adapter installed on the system seems to cause these problems whether you’re connected to the internet via the adapter or not.

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