2009年3月12日 下午 10:18Hello, I've recently just installed Windows 7 BETA 7048 and whenever I try to make a connection with my wireless reciever (MSI PC60g I think) to my wireless router, it wants to crash. This happens for other networks around the neighborhood too.
I'm a bit worried this may have to do with how I installed it. I used Daemon tools to mount the .iso I got for it and ran it through there, since I couldn't get it on a disk.
2009年3月16日 上午 07:28版主
Which program crashes, Windows Explorer or the whole system? What is the symptom when the issue occurs, is it freeze, or crashes at once?
I suggest that you temporary disable the anti-virus. If you are using any third party wireless connection programs, remove them. Then, check the result.
If the issue persists, I suggest that you upgrade the driver for the wireless network adapter. If the issue still occurs, there may be compatibility issues between the adapter and Windows 7 beta.
Arthur Xie - MSFT
2009年3月16日 上午 08:44Josephkun said:Hi, this forum is about build 7000. Don't know where you got the 7048 build from (and don't want to know), but it 'll be kind of hard to find help for that issue.
Hello, I've recently just installed Windows 7 BETA 7048
Deamon Tools bsoded my windows 7 a tad too much (as magic iso did).
I used 7z (archiving program) as a workaround for all iso files, and that worked OK.
2009年3月16日 下午 11:26im having similiar problem.
after installing ethernet network card driver (SIS 900) using automatic driver installer, system freezes and only reboot button on chassis works. also wireless wifi usb stick dlink dwa140 when connected makes same issue. all was working before sis driver was installed, but im not sure when problem accured exactly.
another problem im having, dont think if its related, usb keybord and mouse are unable to put system back to live, from the stand by mode, accualy none of usb device works after that, and more, after reboot cant oparate with those devices and have to reboot system again. usualy after two reboots sys is back to normal, untill im trying to connect with any website (IE or chrome) or system goes to stand by mode again.
drivers where installed from ms online support. cant find cmedia sound card driver did not tried xp/vista yet. no inet...
can anyone give me any idea?
if it helps, spec im using:
athlon xp 1.25ghz
win7 built 7000
no antivir/firewall/3rd party soft (exept chrome)
sys itself works superb, comparing oldschool specification to '09 product. cant wait for some hotfixes.
2009年3月18日 上午 02:11@hc16crew
Sounds like bad driver on your network card. Not sure about the USB problem unless it has to do with power saving features not working correctly. At this point I think the easiest thing to do would be to try a system restore to take your system back to before you installed the new network card drivers. See if that corrects that particular problem.
As for the USB devices not working after stand by mode, I would, at least temporarily, disable all power saving options and see what happens.