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BSOD when connecting to wireless[0x00000000C0000005]
i have recently upgraded my broadband to 60 mb with virgin media and since i have connected i have been getting several bsod's, so i thought it may be windows so i installed a 32 bit version of vista and everything was apart from only being able to use 3gb of ram and it would not recognise my graphics card, so i upgraded to 64 bit windows 7 ultimate and i have been getting constant bsod's some are different, Attempting to hook up to my superhub with an ethernet cable is out of the picture as since im a few rooms away and my pc wasn't like this before virgin media, the bsod has been saying to disable bios memory options such as cache and shadowing, i have not disabled these because on my old pc i had a bios problems and i wasnt able to start my pc and dont want it to happen again, i can run in safe mode but if i start normally i can only run for minutes at a time, i will post a zip with performance reports and dumps, help would be greatly appreciated and if you need any additional information just ask.
nvidia 512mb 8600
2.4 quad core
belkin wireless g dongle
500gb hard drive
1tb external hard drive
Vga to tv
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|28 Jun 2012||#2|
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Hello Barry Rice. Welcome to Seven Forums. Thank you for the information. If you would, there is one more piece of information I need from you. Please observe the following;
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