I have a Belkin Wireless G PCI network card, and just tried to install it on my revamped computer (fresh install of XP, just finished it this afternoon). I installed the software on the CD, shut down my computer, put in the card, and restarted. Everything seemed fine, but the wireless utility would not pick up anything and was acting strange. I checked the Device Manager, and the card wasn't listed. So after going through the Add Hardware wizard, the card WAS found, and I proceeded to install the drivers through the Add Hardware wizard. As it was copying the driver, it gave me a blue screen. This has happened before, so I just rebooted and tried again. Still a blue screen. A third time, same result.
Does anyone know what's causing this and how to fix it? The wireless card is the only way for that computer to connect to the internet and I'd hoped to be playing some Supreme Commander with some friends by now. Any help appreciated!
EDIT: Nevermind, it just took a little encouragement. Problem solved.
Edited by Village Baka, 02 January 2008 - 12:10 AM.