Re: Netgear Adapter and Error Message
Same problem here.
After doing a search on google, it seems that there is some IRQ or I/O
conflict, Since I'm no computer guy, I've no idea how to fix to conflict. It
seems to me that there is a random assignment of IRQ at start up which may
cause the adaptor not to be assigned an IRQ and the device won't work. So
what I do is I keep restarting my comp till the device is assigned an IRQ...
not the best of solutions.
Maybe someone can give a dependable solution.
> I have the same problem.
> Anybody solved this point ?
> On 1 fÃ©v, 14:20, MJJOS <M...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > Just installedVistaultimate 32-bit as an upgrade from my XP SP2. I did an
> > in-place install. When I start upvista, an error message comes up, with a
> > title of "wlancfg5.exe - Entry Point Not Found", The error message then
> > reads, "The Procedure Entry Point DnsDhcpRegisterInit could not be located in
> > the dynamic link library DNSAPI.dll." So I click OK on that, then it comes up
> > saying "NetgearCUv2 MFC Application has stopped working. A problem caused
> > the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and
> > notify you if a solution is available." The I have to click Close Program on
> > that. I am using a Netgear 54 Mbps Wirless PCI Adapter 32-bitWG311v3. It
> > will not connect to my network. If I look at it in my device manager it says
> > under device status "The Device Could Not Be Started (Code 10)". When I try
> > to install thevistabeta drivers for it from the netgear website, it says it
> > locates the driver files, but can not install them because the device could
> > not be started (Code 10).
> > So I think that first error message is the reason why the adapter wont
> > start. If it wont start I cannot install thevistadrivers. So i'm stuck.
> > Any Advice?
> > Thanks,
> > MJJOS.