What can I do to prevent a Blue Screen of Death when inserting a wireless card in my laptop computer?
• Make sure the laptop’s PCMCIA slots are Cardbus Type II compatible. • Make sure the computer has a Pentium Processor that is 100MHz or faster. • Try unplugging all external devices. (Example: USB mouse, keyboard, printer, hard drive) • Try another PCMCIA slot, if available. • Update the laptop’s BIOS. • Update the laptop’s chipset software. • Update your version of Windows using http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com BIOS, chipset and hardware driver updates are the most common remedies for NT Kernal Errors (Blue Screen of Death). BIOS and chipset updates are available from your computer manufacturer’s support web site. Drivers for the USR5410, USR5411 and USR2210 are available at http://www.usr.