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My computer crash when im connected to the network


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#1 efarazi

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Posted 05 February 2009 - 12:12 AM

every time i connect my computer to the LAN, it will crash..it is not happen immediately but after a while..but it never crash when i pull the network cable off..when i download something and leave it over night, next morning i'll definitely see the blue screen..however the blue screen never mention about the file that cause the crash..its really difficult coz i cant finish my download especially from direct download..

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#2 Remus Rigo

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 01:47 AM

The simplyest thing is to backup your personal files (documents, mail, other saves) and reinstall your system.
Also try other forums

PS:
Does your sistem crash when you're browsing or only when you download (from Internet Explorer or from DC++)???
If it crashes only when you download try other software (Opera, FireFox or StrongDC)..
Try to reinstall your network drivers or change your network board (if u have a spare one)..

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 09:47 AM

I think a reinstall of the OS might be a bit drastic, at least before other troubleshooting steps are taken. When you get the BSOD, what is the error message that is displayed? This includes the hex codes on the first line, and the error text on the third line (after the paragraph about "A problem has been detected..." Also, is the computer connected directly to the internet, or is it connected to a router? And do you have a software firewall installed on the computer?

Also, I take it from your description that the computer is connected via Ethernet cable. Have you tried swapping out the cable? And finally, as suggested above, try updating the drivers for your network card, as well as the firmware for the router.
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