Netgear wg311v3 on a dell system This device cannot start. (Code

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mybarts

Hi
please help thanks

trying to install on a new dell E520 (with clean vista install)
i am geting lots of problems instaling device drivers for a wg311 card
it will only install in safe mode , then when i reboot i get back to a code 10

i have the latest vista driver for it.

it works ok on my other system with vista on it ok.

i have rang Dell and netgear but they not help

is there a way that vista can load the driver for the card 1st before most
of the other drivers ??
 

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M

mybarts

Update

I have had the (code 10) problem and i get it back every time i increase the
667 DDRII ram in my system .

:):)works well with only 2GB.:):)

:mad::mad:will not work with 3 or 4 GB:mad::mad:

does anybody know how to change the way ram is split up in vista ?

"mybarts" wrote:

> Hi
> please help thanks
>
> trying to install on a new dell E520 (with clean vista install)
> i am geting lots of problems instaling device drivers for a wg311 card
> it will only install in safe mode , then when i reboot i get back to a code 10
>
> i have the latest vista driver for it.
>
> it works ok on my other system with vista on it ok.
>
> i have rang Dell and netgear but they not help
>
> is there a way that vista can load the driver for the card 1st before most
> of the other drivers ??
 

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R

Rayrox

*Got IT !!! Working On 4GB Happily !!!*

I got it working on my machine which has 4GB of ram and 32-bit Windows
Vista.

The idea is to use PAE (Physical Address Extension) so that 32 Bit
Windows can address addresses above 4Gigs of RAM.

To do it on Windows Vista 32

1) Open Command Prompt As Administrator

2) Type this line and hit Enter

BCDEdit /set PAE forceenable

To do it on Windows Xp 32

1) Open "boot.ini" file from your c: (Its Hidden By Default, So, You
Need To "Show OS Files" In Folder Options.

2) Add "/PAE" At The End.

Eg.

[boot loader]
timeout=30
default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\WINDOW S
[operating systems]
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\WINDOWS="Windo ws Xp Professional"
/fastdetect /PAE

Thats All, And I Hope Yours Can Work Just As Mine Did.

***********************************************

If You Happen To Screw Up Something You Can Restore Things By:

Vista 32:

1) Open Command Prompt As Administrator

2) Type this line and hit Enter

BCDEdit /deletevalue PAE

Windows Xp 32:

1) Open "boot.ini" file from your c: (Its Hidden By Default, So, You
Need To "Show OS Files" In Folder Options.

2) Remove "/PAE" At The End.

***********************************************


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Rayrox
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