His was fixed with a setting to one of his adapters. Mine does not have his same problem.
I have run a virus scan, disk cleanup, disk defragmenter, the checkdisk thing, a windows-based memory test on the RAM, and the HDTuner (results attached) all referenced in that other post. My computer does not seem to have any of those problems. The only wierd thing I have found is that my CD burner creates the blue screen of death when I try to burn a CD. Not sure if this is related to my computer acting up, but I guess it could be. When I try to format a CD, it gives an error: BAD_POOL_HEADER.
There are also some events on eventvwr but I am not sure if any are significant.
Does anyone have an idea for more diagnostics or as to what possible setting could be off as a result of the new cable modem's installation?
I am running a DELL XPS M1210
Windows XP Pro - Version 2002 service pack 3
Intel Core Duo at 1.83Ghz
1.99 GB of RAM