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Limited Connectivity.. All Other Laptops In The House Are Fine? Urgent!

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#1 georgerwu


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Posted 09 August 2007 - 11:57 AM

And it says something about a BAD_POOL_CALLER and shows a fatal error, saying that something is wrong with the hardware or software. The thing is, I downloaded a program called GG-Client and what this did was allowed me to play Warcraft 3 with a large group of people (like logging into Bnet and joining games) but instead I could do all this through GG-Client through LAN so I had 0 lag etc. Well I figure that the problem is being caused by the GG-Client messing with my internet connections and IP addresses etc, so now I can't connect because something is off. I have uninstalled GG-Client but I still can't connect.

When I go to "My Wireless Networks," it shows a message stating that Windows cannot configure this wireless connection and if you were using a software to do so, then continue using that software (I believe this software is GG-Client, but I can't use it since it has been uninstalled and I don't plan on reinstalling it). However, I used the Microsoft Zero Config and I was able to see all the wireless networks again after I checked a box that said "Allow Windows to configure my internet." However, even though the wireless network is found in my home, still limited or no connectivity.

I also noticed that my Default Gateway and both servers underneath that (SNS and INS or something?) were all blank with no IP addresses or anything. Could this be a problem why I'm unable to connect to the wireless network? I'm trying to think of ways to just "refresh" the networking abilities on this computer but everytime I start up Microsoft Zerg Config and allow Window s to configure my wireless network, a simple computer restart sets everything back the way it was.

Frankly, I'm afraid of messing with the computer now since I don't want anymore blue screens. I also found some other people that have the same problem as me and some people are trying to help them, but I understand them. Hopefully their situations can help you guys have a better understanding of my problem and hope this can get fixed soon! I need internet to do my report! :thumbsup:


Thanks in advance!

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Posted 11 August 2007 - 06:51 AM


Since you're having issues with your networking and you get the BAD_POOL_CALLER error - I'd suspect your network drivers/programs. Try downloading current versions of these drivers and software, then uninstall the old versions and install the newly downloaded ones.
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