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Re: kcorp lifestye wireless kit

 
 
Jeff Durham
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      09-22-2004
I am not familiar with that card. Could be a poorly written driver.
Sometimes, installing a later version of the driver helps. Are you able to
try out a different access card (Linksys, Netgear, ...) just to see if the
same problem exists?

Jeff


"chris" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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>i have a laptop and a 4 pc's and i want to set a wireless link to the
>laptop
> having setup the access point hard wired first and all works fine. the
> problem comes when i fit the wireless card to my laptop, my cpu goes into
> overdrive running anyware from 5-90% and the system slows right down,
> remove
> the card and everything goes back to normal.
> laptop
> xp pro
> amd 3000+ 64bit
> 512 ddr
> kcorp klg 520 pcma card
>
> pc
> xp pro
> amd 2800
> 1 gig ddr
>
> access point
> kcoro kgl 575
>
> any much appreciated



 
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