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Windows 7: Windows 7 keeps crashing, Blue screen ?

17 Jun 2010   #41

Windows 7

AR 50007UG
or the dongle says LM1

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17 Jun 2010   #42
Capt.Jack Sparrow

Windows 7 Ultimate - 64-bit | Windows 8 Pro - 64-bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Rottweiler View Post
AR 50007UG
or the dongle says LM1
Google Translate it might work .. If not repalce the Network card go for something that is Windows 7 certified !!

Sorry this is the best we can do !!

- Captain
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17 Jun 2010   #43

Windows 7

This says W7 compatable on the packet !
Google translate is gobaldy gook
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17 Jun 2010   #44

Windows 10 Pro x64

The problem is, the DONGLE is Win 7 Compatible. However the DRIVER isn't, thats whats causing your BSOD. They are using old Vista Drivers which arent playing nice with Win 7
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17 Jun 2010   #45
Microsoft MVP


This appears to be the website of the device manufacturer - would you agree?
USB serial |wi-fi adapter USB |London |UK

If so, please see the tab for SPECIFICATION. It states that the dongle is not Windows 7 compatible.

BUT - interestingly enough, if you go to this page: LM Technologies | Wholesaler of Bluetooth and Wireless Products
You'll see a driver for Windows 7 in the upper left corner of the page: (DIRECT DOWNLOAD)

EDIT: FWIW - I don't recommend using these devices they are temperamental (especially with Win7), slow over the USB connection, and they have limited range. If you must use wireless in a desktop system, I suggest that you use a wireless card that fits inside one of the slots on the motherboard. They are more reliable, have better range, and aren't as slow as the USB connection is.
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