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Old 2009-03-22, 17:58   Link #21
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today it wont restart...i'll try tommorow.
does ANIWZCSdS.exe error mean anything useful? after restarting a message like that appears.
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Old 2009-03-22, 18:55   Link #22
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can you post me a screen of the BSOD?
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Old 2009-03-23, 01:43   Link #23
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today it wont restart...i'll try tommorow.
does ANIWZCSdS.exe error mean anything useful? after restarting a message like that appears.
Googling for that file in question turned up some info, including this:

From http://www.acreativedesktop.com/aniwzcsds.html
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In this case the process known as ANIWZCSDS.EXE comes from the great software over at D-Link. Yes that's right D-Link. Apparently this file is a service that is required by wireless PCI cards...
It's not just d-Link who uses this file. ANIWZCSDS.EXE is a part of a program developed and owned by Alpha Networks.

Try downloading and installing new drivers for your wireless network card (one of them might match those on this list). Probably some glitch with the driver itself, especially when it's buggy.
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Old 2009-03-23, 07:00   Link #24
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can you post me a screen of the BSOD?
what is BSOD? and i dont know where screenshots are saved.

sa547

Oh, so its that thing. But i thought it will be smth related to the cause of the reboots. I mean, isnt it normal for this type of error to occur with the wireless card in my situation?
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Old 2009-03-23, 10:37   Link #25
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what is BSOD? and i dont know where screenshots are saved.

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Oh, so its that thing. But i thought it will be smth related to the cause of the reboots. I mean, isnt it normal for this type of error to occur with the wireless card in my situation?
A Blue Screen of Death shows up whenever a major error happens on Windows, and shows the description of the error, along with -- if possible -- the offending file which may be responsible for the crash. If that happens, try to note down the details of that error.

One thing that really intrigued me from the start: what's that device you call "smth" plugged into the USB port? Can you describe what it's for, and how do you use it?
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