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services.exe crash when connected to internet


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#1 jyaku

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Posted 16 August 2010 - 02:56 PM

my computer has just started having services.exe crashing when i connect to the net. if i leave my wireless off it will not crash. i ran sfc and services did not come up as being unable to be fixed, ndis.sys did and has been replaced with one from a working vista 32 computer. it is still crashing when connecting. i have done adaware and malwarebytes on the computer and they are now comming up clean. i do not have a vista disk for my laptop, it does'nt even have a restore drive like my mothers does (the one i took the ndis.sys from). as i can not get online for more than 1-2 minutes without it crashing i have no way of downloading any programs i have seen people mention in other posts.

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#2 hamluis

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Posted 17 August 2010 - 12:52 PM

I would try uninstalling the networking drivers (via Device Manager) and then reinstalling them.

Drivers should be available at the website of your system manufacturer...or motherboard manufacturer, if system is custom/self-built.

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