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Windows 7: Netgear WG11T causing BSOD

23 Apr 2010   #1
YourFriendDave

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64)
 
 
Netgear WG11T causing BSOD

Hey guys I have this annoying problem, I used an online tutorial to trick my Netgear WG11T card into working on Windows 7 as it initially doesn't work and no drivers are available. It has been working ok but every so often it crashes the comp and the blue screen of death appears saying USB driver error. Im thinking of just going wired because its really annoying me, the only other option is a new router.

Anybody else had or solved this problem?

Cheers, Dave


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23 Apr 2010   #2
CommonTater

XP Pro SP3 X86 / Win7 Pro X86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by YourFriendDave View Post
Hey guys I have this annoying problem, I used an online tutorial to trick my Netgear WG11T card into working on Windows 7 as it initially doesn't work and no drivers are available. It has been working ok but every so often it crashes the comp and the blue screen of death appears saying USB driver error. Im thinking of just going wired because its really annoying me, the only other option is a new router.

Anybody else had or solved this problem?

Cheers, Dave
Go wired... really. If these are stationary systems (desktop computer, etc.) run the cables, you won't regret it. Completely aside from being about twice as fast, the wired method avoids interference with neighboring routers and the possibility of unauthorized logons.
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24 Apr 2010   #3
YourFriendDave

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by CommonTater View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by YourFriendDave View Post
Hey guys I have this annoying problem, I used an online tutorial to trick my Netgear WG11T card into working on Windows 7 as it initially doesn't work and no drivers are available. It has been working ok but every so often it crashes the comp and the blue screen of death appears saying USB driver error. Im thinking of just going wired because its really annoying me, the only other option is a new router.

Anybody else had or solved this problem?

Cheers, Dave
Go wired... really. If these are stationary systems (desktop computer, etc.) run the cables, you won't regret it. Completely aside from being about twice as fast, the wired method avoids interference with neighboring routers and the possibility of unauthorized logons.
Yeh I just went a bought a 20m ethernet cable today, download speeds are much faster and the connection is alot more reliable. I already had holes drilled for the 360 so I just made them bigger with a pair of scissors (which are now broken) lol.
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28 May 2010   #4
KaelonLloyd

Windows 7, Ubuntu 9.10
 
 
Me too!

I have the same problem with the Netgear Wg111T and an atheros LM001

Does anyone know how to fix this problem?
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