Horrible problem with new pc. Desperate....

Hey TH'ers,

I bought a new PC 2 months ago and since day once it has been nothing but trouble. Bad memory, constant bluescreens etc have been haunting me. Now, I have been eliminating all problems except for one. I know the problem yet I can't solve it.

So here's the problems: I have a linksys wusb300N, because linksys is too lazy to bring out windows 7 64bit drivers, or any windows 7 divers for that matter I get bluescreens every day. I know it is because of this device because when it's not in I never get them.

Now you say get a cable, which is impossible because my pc is 40 meters from the router. I have tried getting a new internet device but I get 0.2 mb speed at max.....

I can't tell how much any help would be appreciated.


Here are my specs, if they matter:
I5 3570k @ 3.80 ghz
8GB Corsair vengeance @ 1.6 ghz
Gigabyte z77x-D3H
Corsair 600 watt PSU
and a Sapphire HD3850

Thanks!
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  1. If you know it's the wireless card, then the easy thing to do would be to replace the wireless card.
  2. Gibsonlespaul123 said:
    Hey TH'ers,

    I bought a new PC 2 months ago and since day once it has been nothing but trouble. Bad memory, constant bluescreens etc have been haunting me. Now, I have been eliminating all problems except for one. I know the problem yet I can't solve it.

    So here's the problems: I have a linksys wusb300N, because linksys is too lazy to bring out windows 7 64bit drivers, or any windows 7 divers for that matter I get bluescreens every day. I know it is because of this device because when it's not in I never get them.

    Now you say get a cable, which is impossible because my pc is 40 meters from the router. I have tried getting a new internet device but I get 0.2 mb speed at max.....

    I can't tell how much any help would be appreciated.


    Here are my specs, if they matter:
    I5 3570k @ 3.80 ghz
    8GB Corsair vengeance @ 1.6 ghz
    Gigabyte z77x-D3H
    Corsair 600 watt PSU
    and a Sapphire HD3850

    Thanks!


    The Ethernet standard allows for up to 100 meters before the attenuation is an issue. So, a cable is not impossible.
  3. Take a look at this: http://homecommunity.cisco.com/t5/Wireless-Adapters/WUSB300N-Drivers/m-p/268419?comm_cc=HSus&comm_lang=en

    Apparently, This is a common problem with your Wireless adapter. A couple of solutions are posted there.
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