I also noticed that this problem seemed to occur whenever ANY changes were made to Any drivers on my system. Flaming or offending other users. Hi all, I can and do relate to your problem! Thank You for Submitting a Reply,! Does anyone who has Windows XP Home installed have this same problem?
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Resource conflict – PCI network controller in slot 3. Results 1 to 8 of 8. I also noticed that this problem seemed to occur whenever ANY changes were made to Any drivers on my system.
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When I am using the computer connected to the LAN via network cable, while radio signals are disabled, the problem does not occurs anymore. Once the freeze has happened I get the same hardware conflict error message on boot up.
There are no messages in the Event Viewer. This is such a dissapointment. Hi ar500g I am not an expert but for your problem there is just one explanation.
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Did you make some changes or install some software? I have seen winddows user, peter-jaap did mentioned on this forum a few weeks earlier the same problem. Waiting a few minutes and re-starting it results in not receiving this message.
After I encountered the problem I tried to reinstall drivers and software for the wireless network card from the original Toshiba CD, but did not helped. And if not, can you check you ar Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. With it off there are no problems. It is very strange that since one particular moment this issue has occurred. Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review.
I have updated the Atheros driver and client utility Any help might be appreciated. Hi all, I can and do relate to your problem! Sometimes after a such restart on the diagnostic screen before Windows starts up the following message can be read: Thank You for Submitting Your Review,!
You can check device manager and check if there is some hardware conflict. Also helps demounting the intergrated wireless card, wait a second and mount it again.
I suspect it may be a driver issue, and the correct driver doesn’t install with XP Pro. Hi Laszlo In my opinion there is a hardware conflict.
The freeze only ever happens if the wireless network card is turned on.
This sounded to me like a winvows issue or a conflict with system resources. I found out that I could remove the wireless adapter and reboot, no problems.
No luck there, it happened again.