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i telll you that Ginggs be so clued up on those cards that he might aswell go work for the company- well done mate Avada Kedavra! Of course, you only have to do all of this if they are not already present on the list at the time. That means the problem I had - (as you surmised ginggs) - was as a result of the Defender software. If you have no idea, you may need to get Cpuz (google it) and check out your specs. **Just so I am completely clear - when you are sitting at the weblink

notnaSep 2, 2009, 2:35 AM Thanks for the quick reply!When I plug the USB stick in after the machine has started it crashes and the whole thing starts again.How do I Eventually it will notify me that Windows is not responding and offer to restart or wait. Wi-FI works perfectly.Took it to TELSTRA shop TTPLaza SA and they gave him the notes by Tim Bartel.He then brought it to me and I started to implement the instructions on Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? https://mybroadband.co.za/vb/showthread.php/62314-3G-HSDPA-USB-Modem-BSOD!!

When I phoned your tech section most of people I spoke to claimed this was the first time someone had complained ??????????? One last point - online solutions will not be possible, although stuff can be looked up and files can be downloaded using the computer I am on now. By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies.Tell me more | Cookie Preferences Partially Powered By Products Found At Lampwrights.com Login _

  • Then, plug in the modem and hopefully the system will crash instead of hang.
  • The problem with this approach is that with free online driver directories you can never be sure about the source of the driver provided.
  • I can now look the BSoD in the eye.
  • The screen flickers between blue and black and then no buttons or mouse clicks have any response.
  • I have moved my usb2 card with 4 ports on it, at the back to another bank which I thought was better but its not really cured.
  • Then the system reboots.
  • Hi guys - I purchased MTN's Huawei E220 USB modem for my 3G/HSDPA connection for use on both my desktop and my laptop computer.
  • How can I fix this?

If you are having problems charging your laptop battery, then reading this post may save you a lot of time, money and frustration! What ever fixed my problem was in that update. I would re-install the drivers first from a USB flashand then insert the USB WIFI adapter. Reply With Quote 11-01-200708:43 PM #11 YelloFever View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles MTN Company Representative Join Date Mar 2006 Posts 4,569

I'll keep you updated with any new information that comes my way but if you have any other questions please let me know. Hope fix arives soon . All Rights Reserved. check that Asus are working on a fix , Telstra are working on a fix , Sierra are working on a fix , I'm not wasting any more of my time ringing any

I feel that all the usb ports are being damaged, 2 front ones, my 4 usb2 on a card, and also 2 rear original ones that came with the computer. Join our site today to ask your question. However if the required driver is not listed on the manufacturer’s website, you will need to get it from an online driver directory. Phone support Apple/iOSAndroidWindows PhoneBlackBerry®Device Updates14578New Upcoming Devices2246 Tablets& Devices Device Insider - Product Reviews1036Pre-Paid Mobiles8872Coverage & Network4309Telstra IPv6 Wireless Network Enablement17Mobile Plans & Rates6028General Mobiles10986International Roaming2028Data Usage2766General Tablets2671Samsung Tablets205Apple iPad420 Home

The funny thing is if I run the installed software now (on the laptop) it works fine - WITHOUT the E220 plugged in, meaning that the sofware did self-install. Reply With Quote 06-01-200702:40 PM #8 inky View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Junior Member Join Date Dec 2006 Posts 5 hi ginggs - Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! Just joined this Forum for the sole purpose of thanking those who helped out.

Hopefully it'll pop up in the list of devices (you may need to right click and Refresh the list), to which you can right-click and click properties. http://lebos.org/bsod-when/bsod-when-saving-to-dfs-share.php I have a Windows XP SP2 install on a Gigabyte GA-7VAXP. I would attempt to reinstall the driver as the computer has been started in safe mode. typical of Telstra no fix for something that's been a problem for quite a while now!

Message 1 of 23 (68,264 Views) Reply 0 Kudos jokiin Community Leader Posts: 2,253 Registered: ‎30-06-2011 0 Kudos Re: Sierra 320U 4G USB device causes BSOD Options Mark as New Bookmark THANKS SO MUCH FOR ALL THE ADVICE AND HELP! Or another method: There have been many times that I did not "install" drivers. check over here b) Your USB ports do not have enough power , there's usually a "root usb"-port that seemingly get more power , try all your usb ports ?

needafix, Nov 17, 2005 #7 needafix Joined: Mar 23, 2005 Messages: 983 DarkJesus said: How can I isolate the problem driver?Click to expand... Message 19 of 23 (63,324 Views) Reply 0 Kudos m87 Occasional Visitor Posts: 1 Registered: ‎26-10-2012 1 Kudo Re: Sierra 320U 4G USB device causes BSOD Options Mark as New Bookmark The instructions by Tim Bartel work apart from the note above - people need to watch - e.g.

Reply With Quote 31-05-200704:54 PM #12 SamWise_WoahZay View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Junior Member Join Date May 2007 Posts 1 Thanks!

Join the community here. Good Luck ! Schedule the application to perform driver updates at regular intervals – You can configure your driver update tool to run periodic checks and install any new drivers available. my access with the USB modem.

BSOD when USB modem is inserted. Reply With Quote 06-01-200703:37 PM #9 inky View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Junior Member Join Date Dec 2006 Posts 5 ok - here's Try using the search function in explorer to locate this file on your computer, then right-click on the file and choose properties, then click on the version tab. http://lebos.org/bsod-when/bsod-when-starting-ie.php Follow the instructions as usual, but on the part where you select the drivers, select as per instructed, but also click the "Add currently not loaded driver(s) to the list" button.

Moble Broadband Manager 3.6.10907. Even when you have not installed a new hardware device, it is recommended that you install any driver updates available. When i get blue-screens when plugging in USB devices it's usually: a) USB 2.0 Drivers not working [i.e. Use the instructions to perform a JCGriff Report for us to look at. « New rig getting BSoD on select steam games. | Vista machine rebooting random times » Thread

I had the exact same problem and it was driving me crazy. Also, I uninstalled the Mobile Connect software and allowed it to re-install, but still got the same result. USB Driver Free Driver Scan >> Run the FIX IT solution from Microsoft You may be able to troubleshoot the error by downloading the FIX IT solution that is available on notnaSep 3, 2009, 1:59 AM Just updated the chipset drivers and the problem still subsists.I plugged in the USB wifi stick, I got the "found new hardware" message, then as soon