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#1 rangerray

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Posted 18 May 2012 - 05:55 AM

Hi everyone. Sorry I haven't been around, still have the same problem. Except a week ago I noticed my network was connecting slowly. So I uninstalled my wireless adapter and disconnected myself from my router. I then re-installed my wireless adapter. Except this time I changed procedure. I automatically used my wireless adapter operating disk, and followed the instructions. I've noticed whenever I download and install an application, a couple of pop- up windows appear, stating different things. For my wireless adapter, a window appears stating "for me to plug in my adapter, so that it can be recognized. And so, I got use to doing that. Well, this time, I changed the application by not plugging the adapter when the pop up window would appear. Instead, I installed the standalone drivers for my wireless. My system seems to be fine now, but I know its not. I must have pissed someone off really bad. I can use my operating system, I still have problem once in awhile with my printer, especially when I try printing installation guides for Ubuntu. Well, I was getting pissed off, because whatever I have was not allowing me to print this guide. So I started looking at systems advanced. Check to see if I have devices that are conflicting with each other. So here's my new topic, I understand that IRQ's are 1 - 16. I need someone to explain to me why my system is running an additional 110 IRGs. My system say IRQ 80 through 190 are active to ACPI compliant system. I am not talking IRQ 80 and 190, i am saying that 110 more irqs are their. Who put them there, and why. Please, I need to know what actions to take. Thank You!

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Posted 20 May 2012 - 07:59 PM

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Posted 26 May 2012 - 08:23 PM

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