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Windows 7: Still freezing up with 7077 32bit/7100 32bit

25 Apr 2009   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
[Solved]Still freezing up with 7077 32bit/7100 32bit

no matter what i try no matter what i do disable in bios or w/e it still freezes and i cant be the only one w/ this issue. can Any one help?

my specs are in my profile yes their being done as clean installs

by odd chance i found out why i was freezing. it was my Netgear WG311T wifi extremeG card .

took it out and i dont freeze up anymore

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08 Jun 2009   #2

win 7
same problem

I ended up installing an old netgear witreless pci card the ma311 card. the drivers for it only went up to xp and the computer didnot recognize the card at first. the wg311t was recognised by the windows 7 and it installed then my computer froze i think that the drivers that the os has in it cause a conflict so i sugges going to the netgear website and getting the xp drivers it my be a solution for the problem.
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08 Jun 2009   #3

Windows 7 7232b x64

The minute I removed the wireless card that I used, random freezes gone forever. Friends used usb dongle, they seemed not to have that random freeze problem.
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08 Jun 2009   #4

Windows 7 64bit Ultimate Build 7268.0.090701-1900

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by herzeleid View Post
The minute I removed the wireless card that I used, random freezes gone forever. Friends used usb dongle, they seemed not to have that random freeze problem.
when you decide to go up to 7201+, try your card again, and kindly let us know if your card continues to have the OS perform this way.
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