Originally Posted by Tanker-X
Nope, I tried all those drivers and they all BSODED. I am now running a Netgear WG511 and it has been 5 minutes and no crash! I'm not out of the woods yet, but this is as far as I every have gone. I talked to a REP today and they told me they recommend the Microsoft adapter (but that made me crash just as fast as the linksys) He said he heard that the Netgear is compatable and any card using the Broadcom chipset will cause these BSODS. Apparently the Netgear uses a different chipset that starts with an "A". Arthos or something. Anyway it's been 7 minutes and I'm still ticking. We'll see. I'll let you all know tomorrow.
when you tried those drivers I listed above, did you remove the old driver first or just do an "update driver"?
I found that if I just "updated" to the older version I would still get BSOD, but if I removed the driver first then I had no problems.
Also you didn't run a windows update by chance after installing those drivers did you? MNirosoft was trying to push out the driver version for that card that caused the bsod.
one last thing: You may want to try the beta drivers for the ti cardbus adapter on linksys's website. some have reported success with that version.