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Error Message From Linksys Wireless Network

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#1 Ken F

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Posted 20 July 2006 - 07:13 PM

I have Windows XP home edition. I have installed a Linksys Wireless - G Broadband Router 2.4 GHz, to one of my computers and a Linksys Wireless - G PCI Adapter card in this computer. The other computer is hooked up to Verizon Braodband. Every time I turn on this computer I get an error message Access violation at address 0040756D in module 'wmp54Gv4.exe'. Read of address 00000368.
I would like to know what that means please.

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Posted 24 July 2006 - 07:15 PM

that is an error coming from your wireless card. software or hardware. try going to control panel>add/remove programs, remove the linksys wireless software. reboot, when it reboots and finds new hardware, install the driver only, not the linksys utility. you have xp sp2, it comes with a decent "windows zero wireless configuration. i use it home here with all my wireless devices. all linksys as well. if you still get an error after uninstalling and re-installing the driver, you should look at a hardware issue.
make sure as well, you have service pack 2 installed, and all othe rest of your windows updates. they , especially sp2 are paramount for wireless to work well.
post back with to let us know how you are doing.

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