Re: repost: wireless notebook card resource conflict



JP
07-10-2005, 01:53 AM
Im sorry but the problem is not of the PC Card D-link. I have un Evo N1020v
with Windows XP SP2 end sample installing the PC Card DWL-G650+ and the
Notebook is hung when this loading the drivers, suspecting of the card
installs a PC Card 3Com OfficeConnect 11g and I had the same problem. sample
installing the card in a windows 2000 and there are not problems therefore
the problem it should be some crash of IRQ of the Windows XP which should be
informed by Microsoft, but I have not found any type of information
alrespecto. as test of what I tell the team previously Evo N1020v previously
installed taenia Windows 2000 and it worked without problems with the same
card D-Link DWL-G650+.

"pquodling@gmail.com" wrote:

>
> Mike wrote:
> > I am trying to set up a wireless home network using D-Link router
> (di-624)
> > and (DWL-G650) network card for my laptop Compac Armada M-700 in XP
> Pro SP2.
> >
> > When I try to install the network card in the laptop it freezes the
> mouse
> > and blocks access to windows task manager. I have had to go as far as
>
> > unplugging the power cord and removing the battery to get the laptop
> to shut
> > off or reset Ctl-Alt -del did nothing
> >
> > D-link says it is a resource conflict and sent me here
>
> I am having similar problems. I am running an M700 with Win XP PRo Sp2,
> (ALso have Symantec SystemWorks Premier, and Microsoft AntiSpyware Beta
> running. )
>
> When I try to install the Dlink drivers, it gets to the third screen,
> and disappears, no files installed, no error, just disappears. Dlink
> tech support said, try disabling the Xp Windows Zero COnfiguration in
> "Computer Management". which stops XP trying to use it's own drivers.
> No difference.
>
> I have a snealing suspicion that that XP SP2's new "wireless network
> setup wizard" in the control panels, may have some impact, but I am
> very suprised that Dlink tech support have not encountered this.
>
> Peter Q
>
>

Yves Leclerc
07-10-2005, 01:53 AM
I tried to install a D-Link DWL-G132 USB adapter and my desktop PC was
crashing on start-up. There was a defective driver (??) and if my PC was
restarted without the adapter connected, my system worked. I removed the
adapter drivers and returned the adapter. I no longer "believe" in the
quality of the D-Link products and would not be considering them in the
future.


"JP" <JP@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:EEE22DB1-782F-42BE-9B60-39F163263640@microsoft.com...
> Im sorry but the problem is not of the PC Card D-link. I have un Evo
> N1020v
> with Windows XP SP2 end sample installing the PC Card DWL-G650+ and the
> Notebook is hung when this loading the drivers, suspecting of the card
> installs a PC Card 3Com OfficeConnect 11g and I had the same problem.
> sample
> installing the card in a windows 2000 and there are not problems therefore
> the problem it should be some crash of IRQ of the Windows XP which should
> be
> informed by Microsoft, but I have not found any type of information
> alrespecto. as test of what I tell the team previously Evo N1020v
> previously
> installed taenia Windows 2000 and it worked without problems with the same
> card D-Link DWL-G650+.
>
> "pquodling@gmail.com" wrote:
>
>>
>> Mike wrote:
>> > I am trying to set up a wireless home network using D-Link router
>> (di-624)
>> > and (DWL-G650) network card for my laptop Compac Armada M-700 in XP
>> Pro SP2.
>> >
>> > When I try to install the network card in the laptop it freezes the
>> mouse
>> > and blocks access to windows task manager. I have had to go as far as
>>
>> > unplugging the power cord and removing the battery to get the laptop
>> to shut
>> > off or reset Ctl-Alt -del did nothing
>> >
>> > D-link says it is a resource conflict and sent me here
>>
>> I am having similar problems. I am running an M700 with Win XP PRo Sp2,
>> (ALso have Symantec SystemWorks Premier, and Microsoft AntiSpyware Beta
>> running. )
>>
>> When I try to install the Dlink drivers, it gets to the third screen,
>> and disappears, no files installed, no error, just disappears. Dlink
>> tech support said, try disabling the Xp Windows Zero COnfiguration in
>> "Computer Management". which stops XP trying to use it's own drivers.
>> No difference.
>>
>> I have a snealing suspicion that that XP SP2's new "wireless network
>> setup wizard" in the control panels, may have some impact, but I am
>> very suprised that Dlink tech support have not encountered this.
>>
>> Peter Q
>>
>>

Sharon F
07-10-2005, 01:53 AM
On Thu, 2 Jun 2005 16:46:54 -0400, Yves Leclerc wrote:

> tried to install a D-Link DWL-G132 USB adapter and my desktop PC was
> crashing on start-up. There was a defective driver (??) and if my PC was
> restarted without the adapter connected, my system worked. I removed the
> adapter drivers and returned the adapter. I no longer "believe" in the
> quality of the D-Link products and would not be considering them in the
> future.

That kind of experience does leave a bad taste in one's mouth. I think
every hardware company runs into a bad model or driver issue on occasion.
Or the hardware and driver are fine but just don't mix well with everything
else that is installed. Usually I shop features first and then brand. If a
device doesn't work out after a few tries and one or two calls to customer
service, then I don't hesitate to return it and try something else.

Have never been able to install AVG antivirus on any of my systems without
a failure to boot on the first restart. Yet lots of folks use it with no
problem. Go figure...

--
Sharon F
MS-MVP ~ Windows Shell/User

ben_ezer
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
Got the exact same problem. My Compaq Evo N1020v had dual-boot with
Windows ME and Windows XP. Both worked ok with a D-Link DWL-650+
Wireless PC-Card. The problem started when I decided to reinstall the
computer only with Windows XP. I was able to install the D-Link
software, but when I insert the PC-Card the computer freezes.

Wrote to D-Link, got a detailed e-mail with instructions how to disable
some Windows components. I followed their suggestions but it didn't
help, the computer was still freezing.

Was it D-Link's fault? Wrong! As a last resort I got a new Edimax
EW-7108PCg Wireless PC-Card. Software installation went just fine but
when I inserted the PC-Card guess what happened? You are correct, the
computer froze.

So is it HP-Compaq's fault? Wrong again. I installed both Windows 98
and Windows 2000 and install both the D-Link and the Edimax cards and
they both worked fine with no installation problems. I also tried to
upgrade the Win2000 installation to WinXP but somewhere during the
installation the computer started to freeze and wouldn't continue until
I removed the card.

We are left with only one suspect -- Microsoft. If anyone has a clue,
suggestion or even a solution I would highly appriciate it.

Thanks in advance,

Ben


=?Utf-8?B?SlA=?= Wrote:
> Im sorry but the problem is not of the PC Card D-link. I have un Evo
> N1020v
> with Windows XP SP2 end sample installing the PC Card DWL-G650+ and
> the
> Notebook is hung when this loading the drivers, suspecting of the card
> installs a PC Card 3Com OfficeConnect 11g and I had the same problem.
> sample
> installing the card in a windows 2000 and there are not problems
> therefore
> the problem it should be some crash of IRQ of the Windows XP which
> should be
> informed by Microsoft, but I have not found any type of information
> alrespecto. as test of what I tell the team previously Evo N1020v
> previously
> installed taenia Windows 2000 and it worked without problems with the
> same
> card D-Link DWL-G650+.
>
> "pquodling@gmail.com" wrote:
>
> >
> > Mike wrote:
> > > I am trying to set up a wireless home network using D-Link router
> > (di-624)
> > > and (DWL-G650) network card for my laptop Compac Armada M-700 in
> XP
> > Pro SP2.
> > >
> > > When I try to install the network card in the laptop it freezes
> the
> > mouse
> > > and blocks access to windows task manager. I have had to go as far
> as
> >
> > > unplugging the power cord and removing the battery to get the
> laptop
> > to shut
> > > off or reset Ctl-Alt -del did nothing
> > >
> > > D-link says it is a resource conflict and sent me here
> >
> > I am having similar problems. I am running an M700 with Win XP PRo
> Sp2,
> > (ALso have Symantec SystemWorks Premier, and Microsoft AntiSpyware
> Beta
> > running. )
> >
> > When I try to install the Dlink drivers, it gets to the third
> screen,
> > and disappears, no files installed, no error, just disappears.
> Dlink
> > tech support said, try disabling the Xp Windows Zero COnfiguration
> in
> > "Computer Management". which stops XP trying to use it's own
> drivers.
> > No difference.
> >
> > I have a snealing suspicion that that XP SP2's new "wireless network
> > setup wizard" in the control panels, may have some impact, but I am
> > very suprised that Dlink tech support have not encountered this.
> >
> > Peter Q
> >
> >


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Sharon F
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
On Wed, 15 Jun 2005 08:47:02 +0100, ben_ezer wrote:

> We are left with only one suspect -- Microsoft. If anyone has a clue,
> suggestion or even a solution I would highly appriciate it.

Suspect 2: The drivers provided by the manufacturer for use with XP are
faulty.
--
Sharon F
MS-MVP ~ Windows Shell/User

hball
07-10-2005, 01:57 AM
Hi. I have the same problem. I have a Compaq Evo N1020V and I just
got the Edimax EW-7108PCg card from Dabs.

If I put the card in without the drivers loaded the PC is fine.

If I go on and install the drivers (either the CD version or the latest
versions off the edimax/ralink websites) my PC freezes and I have to
power down to get it going again without the card in the PCMCIA slot.

Has anyone found a solution to this issue? Otherwise the only thing I
can see is to get a new card with Intel chips inside it.

Any ideas?

Howard
--


ben_ezer wrote:
> Got the exact same problem. My Compaq Evo N1020v had dual-boot with
> Windows ME and Windows XP. Both worked ok with a D-Link DWL-650+
> Wireless PC-Card. The problem started when I decided to reinstall the
> computer only with Windows XP. I was able to install the D-Link
> software, but when I insert the PC-Card the computer freezes.
>
> Wrote to D-Link, got a detailed e-mail with instructions how to disable
> some Windows components. I followed their suggestions but it didn't
> help, the computer was still freezing.
>
> Was it D-Link's fault? Wrong! As a last resort I got a new Edimax
> EW-7108PCg Wireless PC-Card. Software installation went just fine but
> when I inserted the PC-Card guess what happened? You are correct, the
> computer froze.
>
> So is it HP-Compaq's fault? Wrong again. I installed both Windows 98
> and Windows 2000 and install both the D-Link and the Edimax cards and
> they both worked fine with no installation problems. I also tried to
> upgrade the Win2000 installation to WinXP but somewhere during the
> installation the computer started to freeze and wouldn't continue until
> I removed the card.
>
> We are left with only one suspect -- Microsoft. If anyone has a clue,
> suggestion or even a solution I would highly appriciate it.
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Ben
>
>
> =?Utf-8?B?SlA=?= Wrote:
> > Im sorry but the problem is not of the PC Card D-link. I have un Evo
> > N1020v
> > with Windows XP SP2 end sample installing the PC Card DWL-G650+ and
> > the
> > Notebook is hung when this loading the drivers, suspecting of the card
> > installs a PC Card 3Com OfficeConnect 11g and I had the same problem.
> > sample
> > installing the card in a windows 2000 and there are not problems
> > therefore
> > the problem it should be some crash of IRQ of the Windows XP which
> > should be
> > informed by Microsoft, but I have not found any type of information
> > alrespecto. as test of what I tell the team previously Evo N1020v
> > previously
> > installed taenia Windows 2000 and it worked without problems with the
> > same
> > card D-Link DWL-G650+.
> >
> > "pquodling@gmail.com" wrote:
> >
> > >
> > > Mike wrote:
> > > > I am trying to set up a wireless home network using D-Link router
> > > (di-624)
> > > > and (DWL-G650) network card for my laptop Compac Armada M-700 in
> > XP
> > > Pro SP2.
> > > >
> > > > When I try to install the network card in the laptop it freezes
> > the
> > > mouse
> > > > and blocks access to windows task manager. I have had to go as far
> > as
> > >
> > > > unplugging the power cord and removing the battery to get the
> > laptop
> > > to shut
> > > > off or reset Ctl-Alt -del did nothing
> > > >
> > > > D-link says it is a resource conflict and sent me here
> > >
> > > I am having similar problems. I am running an M700 with Win XP PRo
> > Sp2,
> > > (ALso have Symantec SystemWorks Premier, and Microsoft AntiSpyware
> > Beta
> > > running. )
> > >
> > > When I try to install the Dlink drivers, it gets to the third
> > screen,
> > > and disappears, no files installed, no error, just disappears.
> > Dlink
> > > tech support said, try disabling the Xp Windows Zero COnfiguration
> > in
> > > "Computer Management". which stops XP trying to use it's own
> > drivers.
> > > No difference.
> > >
> > > I have a snealing suspicion that that XP SP2's new "wireless network
> > > setup wizard" in the control panels, may have some impact, but I am
> > > very suprised that Dlink tech support have not encountered this.
> > >
> > > Peter Q
> > >
> > >
>
>
> --
> ben_ezerPosted from http://www.pcreview.co.uk/ newsgroup access

ben_ezer
07-10-2005, 01:58 AM
Hi Howard,

To solve your problem go to HP's web site, find the drivers for Evo
N1020v. Look under Operating System -- Enhancementes and QFEs, and
download 3 files: ATI U1/RS200M AGP Bus Driver, LidSwitch Policy and
System Enhancements Disk. Install the files you downloaded, install the
PC-Card drivers and if you're lucky as I was, it will work.

Regards,

Ben


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Re: repost: wireless notebook card resource conflict