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#146077 - 7th Jan 2007 3:06pm Wireless Networking Problems
Lund Offline
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Wireless Network

Im am having a problem with my D-link wireless network at home, sometimes when the computer starts, this error message comes up:

"wzcsldr2 has caused an error.

wzcsldr2 will now close."

Then the wireless adaptor just keeps searching for the router/gateway (on my PC), but cannot find it, so therefore i cant get on the internet on the other computer. (USB
wireless). Connected to my comp i have the router/ADSL modem , the other comp is runnin off the USB ..

err any suggestions!? :(:(

Has anyone heard of this before?

Lund (I have researched on thew web and found a guy with the same problem, but came to no result...)


Edited by Lund (7th Jan 2007 3:08pm)
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#146080 - 7th Jan 2007 3:28pm Re: Wireless Networking Problems [Re: Lund]
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Try uninstalling the wirless network adpater drivers and software and then reinstalling it (this is not a problem with your router).

This seems a common problem, and sometimes can be a right pain in the arse from what I have red on the internet.

See this link for a bit more information and other peoples experiences with this problem.

Also note that it can be a virus, but as its causing problems with your connection to the router, I expect in this case that it isnt.

Hope that is of some help.

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#146085 - 7th Jan 2007 4:24pm Re: Wireless Networking Problems [Re: MattLFC]
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Originally Posted By: MattyC
Try uninstalling the wirless network adpater drivers and software and then reinstalling it (this is not a problem with your router).

This seems a common problem, and sometimes can be a right pain in the arse from what I have red on the internet.

See this link for a bit more information and other peoples experiences with this problem.

Also note that it can be a virus, but as its causing problems with your connection to the router, I expect in this case that it isnt.

Hope that is of some help.

smile


Hya Matt,

Tried re-installing it several times over, , unistalled it then re-installed it, still get the same problem, however every once in a blue moon it connects for 2 seconds, shuts off, connects, shuts off for about 5 seconds a time... It's so frustrating, had it functioning fine last nite, (only had it since Satdurday). It just doesnt want to connect. It picks up the router/ADSL but wont connect ot it! cry cry Soooo frustrating knowing thats its been doen before so why not again!!!???!!
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#146090 - 7th Jan 2007 4:48pm Re: Wireless Networking Problems [Re: Lund]
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Do you mean you have only had the network adapter since yesterday? Or the problem?

smile

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#146106 - 7th Jan 2007 8:11pm Re: Wireless Networking Problems [Re: MattLFC]
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what are your ip settings? auto or manual? could be a problem with the dhcp server in the router - just a thought smile

you know the ip for the router? and the computer? and any other computers on the network?

to get ya ip ya can go to start, run and type in cmd, then ya get a black box (ms dos) and type in "ipconfig /all" without d quotes and then post it on ere smile i reckon dat will b d problem meself

or if its on 98 i fink ya go to start, run, an type in ipconfig and then press relese all, then renew and that should get ya sorted - if memory serves me right

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#146114 - 7th Jan 2007 9:46pm Re: Wireless Networking Problems [Re: newnes]
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I would normally say reinstall the driver as that sounds like the driver for the wireless card has corrupt.

See if there is any updated Driver versions of that wireless card on the net, maybe even try shifting it into a different slot (if it is a card)

Maybe try pinging 127.0.0.1 see if thaat returns any errors
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#146232 - 9th Jan 2007 7:55pm Re: Wireless Networking Problems [Re: newnes]
Lund Offline
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Registered: 4th Oct 2005
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Loc: Wirral
Now we get technical!

Circumstances:

ME _ HP Pavillion 1619, 1G RAM, AMD 64 Processor, GeForce 512mb graphics, D-Link Router and ADSL, ehternet cabled into back of my computer. (Using LAN port 4) Running Microsoft media centre (XP)

Other Computer on the network _ Old 'Tiny' computer, Microsoft ME, 256 Ram, Two hard drives, no ethernet port but using a USB wireless receiver. Drivers properly installed from package CD, set-up is now configured and is reliable when its running (if you get it to connect that is!)

It is now connected to the internet, obtaining automatic IP address via LAN as is my computer, automatically obtaining internet settings via LAN.

When the USB is connected, loading webpages is not instant, the webpage will lock up for a few seconds and then load the webpage, even when not using internet but conencted, everything done, locks up for a few seconds and then performs the requested actions. Why is this... too many things runnnung? Hardware fault?

There is no wireless card in the 'Tiny' computer, but i do have a Belkin, ethernet card i can put in and then wire the router on that PC and I have the USB. Will this help at all? As my computer is more capable...?

Looked at drivers on www.driverguide.com and found the drivers for the G122 which is the model of my USB wirless receiver. Will download and install that see if it makes a difference.

I understand that run cmd (command) as I have done all this before as im doing A level ICT! happy

Suggestions?

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#146249 - 9th Jan 2007 10:43pm Re: Wireless Networking Problems [Re: Lund]
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Registered: 30th Apr 2006
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Definately a software error.

If the latest drivers dont work, try this:

Uninstall software and drivers

Reboot

Scan for hardware changes (control panel > add hardware)

Update the driver manually from the CD (usually in a folder containing an .inf file)


I dont know if the old driverguide username and pass still works, but try "drivers" as the username and "all" as the password rather than signing up, unless you already have of course.


As for the USB issue, could be too many progs running at once, or it could be something to do with the USB transfer rates possibly? I'd say lack of memory would probably cause it. Think about upgrading to 512mb if it bugs you that much?

It would work better using an Ethernet card as it will run a lot faster than USB.

Try running less programs and see if that makes the difference, if not, try the ethernet card smile
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#146355 - 10th Jan 2007 3:34pm Re: Wireless Networking Problems [Re: BMW Joe]
Lund Offline
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Registered: 4th Oct 2005
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Loc: Wirral
Now the computer wont start up, keep receiving blue screen error messages and have to restart computer, it has just done it 5 time sequential cry

Error Message:






Anyone know of any computer forums I could put this to?

Your advice has been just great and thank you for the response i just wonder if anyone else knows what could be wrong? happy
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#146358 - 10th Jan 2007 3:54pm Re: Wireless Networking Problems [Re: Lund]
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Can you remove the wireless card? See if the computer then starts up
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#146359 - 10th Jan 2007 3:55pm Re: Wireless Networking Problems [Re: AX_125]
Lund Offline
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Loc: Wirral
Originally Posted By: AX_125
Can you remove the wireless card? See if the computer then starts up


Sorry Its Wirelsss USB, but yes u hav a point, witthout it it loads up fine, then i put it bak in the USB and it completely loks up... frown
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#146360 - 10th Jan 2007 4:04pm Re: Wireless Networking Problems [Re: Lund]
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USB wireless is crap... Take it back to the shop matey and get a PCI card. USB causes problems at the best of times to be honest, and its not really worth going the USB for networking.

If you can't take it back to the shop, see if you can find a cheap PCI wireless adapter on eBay - it will almost certainly work without any problems, especially if its the likes of an Intel chipset.

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#146361 - 10th Jan 2007 4:06pm Re: Wireless Networking Problems [Re: MattLFC]
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Wireless network cards are available for 20 quid in PC world
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#146362 - 10th Jan 2007 4:16pm Re: Wireless Networking Problems [Re: scoop]
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Registered: 2nd Jan 2007
Posts: 51
Loc: cheshire
Does sound like the adapter is at fault here.
Try it in another usb port & see if it helps?
Lots of places do the proper cards cheaply.
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/pa...accessories.htm
Usb should be fine tbh though.
try another usb device in case your usb port drivers on the laptop may be corrupt?


Edited by peewee (10th Jan 2007 4:18pm)
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#146363 - 10th Jan 2007 4:20pm Re: Wireless Networking Problems [Re: scoop]
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Thats expensive that Scoop, I reguarly see Intel Pro chipset based cards going on fleabay for 5 - 8!

Probably cheaper broadcom jobs at PC World.

smile

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