My wireless connection is dropping anytime I have something downloading, and I mean anything, be it torrents, game clients, anything! The connection is perfect for hours and hours of internet browsing but if I turn on uTorrent or try to download a game off Steam, without fail the connection will drop (usually within a minute), and my wireless card will fail to see any networks at all. I then have to restart my laptop to regain my connection. All drivers are updated, virus scans have been run multiple times. Event Viewer gives me this error:
WLAN Extensibility Module has stopped. Module Path: C:\Windows\system32\athihvs.dll
Why does starting a download cause my connection to crash?
I'm having problems connecting some devices (android apps) to my computer via my wi-fi. I am usually able to solve the problem by running network diagnostics, but after awhile, I'll start having network connectivity problems again.
Whenever I run diagnostics in these situations, this error is shown in Event Viewer: "WLAN Extensibility Module has stopped. Module Path: C:\Windows\system32\athihvs."
I also receive the error (in event viewer) on a fairly regular basis: "Your computer was not assigned an address from the network (by the DHCP Server) for the Network Card with network address 0x2225D3CC6415. The following error occurred: 0x79. Your computer will continue to try and obtain an address on its own from the network address (DHCP) server."
I have checked, and my router and WLAN card drivers are both up to date. I'm wondering if these errors are what is causing my app to lose connection?
and i think its to do with my wireless card, i have disabled it from adapter. at least i think this is what it is.also i keeps getting this one as well event id 315 The print spooler failed to share printer HP Photosmart 2570 series with shared resource name HP Photosmart 2570 series. Error 2114. The printer cannot be used by others on the network. this is my printer but i do not have it connected all the time i pack it away when am not using it.
Yesterday Norton pops up with some DLL file and it was causing a problem. Norton apparently deletes it and today this popped up.There is a problem starting C:UsersAdamAppDataLocalCRE/CrashDumpsdmwjuxb.dll The Specified module could not be found
'There was a problem starting msizqh32.dll..The specified module could not be found'.I have searched the web and the file msizqh32.dll has not come up in Google.I am not sure even what this file is for, whether part of a driver or the operating system or something else.I am hoping to find the file and replace it in its proper place to avoid the message in future, and secure the system, but can not find the file. Even dsl-files.com did not have it.
I am using Windows 7, 64-bit computer. Recently, I observe the following message at start up: 'Users'Name of User'AppDataLocalinfcprtp.dll' specified module not found. The computer appears to be functioning well otherwise. It is just that I have to cancel this message at evey start up.
I have windows 7. In control panel, the device and printers option is there, but when I click om it, the screen never loads. Th egreen progress bar at top takes forever to fill in all the way, but even when it gets thru loading, it never actually loads. I cannot view my printers.
I have read some data that says that Windows Seven has problems with mixed sizes of memory modules. In my system I have three 2 Gig modules and one 1 Gig module. Can this cause any problems. The memory came preinstalled in my system so I assume it is of same type and manufacturer. Still trying to chase a problem with desktop heap allocation failure at boot up.
I own Dutch home edition windows 7 on my new laptop. There is no speech recognition module that came with the software.Is it possible to use the English version SAPI 5.1 with windows 7? (installing with compatibility mode XP)I use software that only uses English speech recognition, and works best with XP.The SR modules that comes with thr "bigger" versions of Windows 7 gives a lot of troubles with the program, because there are a lot of instructions that works also with the Windows 7 interface.The software i use = London Control (Air traffic control simulation)
When I log into my computer, I get the following error message " There was a problem starting C:UsersOl-Scurt-DoggAppDataLocaluictaner.dll The specific module could not be found. ". I have searched and searched and searched for this error with no success except for registry cleaners/fixers that of course require my credit card to do the full fix.I do understand what the DLL is and what it does but also know how critical it is to be exact when dealing with the registry. Can anyone give me a straight forward resolution for this issue?
I have a Toshiba Satelite P755-S5391 64 bit Recently when i put in a dvd it Module needed for this application is are missing...I have reinstalled the video player twice and still says the same thing..
Drum Module (Alesis DM8) connected to the mic/line only input. Mic/Line In set as default recording device, "listen to this device" option in properties inactivated. Drums sound excellent, can be recorded, using audacity for example. Except after some seconds or maybe a minute, sound dissapears, input is somehow lost. I change or reset one of the options (input for example), sound from the module is back on. Then it dissapears again. I am thinking it can't be a cable problem or something with the module. It must be something from within the operating system or the soundcard.
A couple of weeks ago this started happening : "Internet Explorer Unhandled Exception in third party module and should be closed. We are sorry for the inconvenience." Send Report Close . Then IE closes and reopens. As many as 3 - 4 times on the same site?
Here is my info : OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium , Service Pack 1, 32 bit Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) 7550 Dual-Core Processor, x64 Family 16 Model 2 Stepping 3 Processor Count: 2 RAM: 2942 Mb Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 , 128 Mb Hard Drives: C: Total - 293688 MB, Free - 84392 MB; D: Total - 11554 MB, Free - 1256 MB; Motherboard: PEGATRON CORPORATION, NARRA5, 5.00, 100669550003562 Antivirus: avast! Antivirus, Updated and Enabled
I've been using my Thinkpad w520 with windows 7 64 bit professional for more than a year without any major problem. Recently, the Explorer.exe started crashing occasionally and randomly when I was switching back to a file browser ... The event viewer shows that all the crashes were related to the Faulting module path: C:WindowsSYSTEM32 tdll.dll. The entire message is shown below
Device driver for this item was not successfully installed. After finding the driver from the source, I ran the installer in compatibility mode because it worked previously in Vista. Once I ran it in compatibility mode and rebooted a lot of the missing drivers were found however Bluetooth Peripheral Device was still not found!I previously had a Bluetooth device connected using windows 7, however I uninstalled the driver and attempted to reinstall because I was unable to add additional devices. I am still unsuccessful and would like to use my Bluetooth device.
Windows 7 version 6.1 build 7100
P.S. - The device shows up in my device manager and working properly, however I cannot add any devices because windows 7 simply doesn't find any....
I've been having issues with several computers now. All of them Windows 7 Professional 32 bits. The error they're having is the same on each PC: explorer.exe fails and restarts after clicking Ok to the dialog.
I already ran viruschecks and spywarescans. Clean booted. sfc'd. Uninstalled all updates since the week previous to the first error. Created a fresh new profile for the user. Disabled all non-Microsoft shell extensions. Reinstalled Windows. and non on them had made a difference.
The oldest issue is november 6th (there's not a single instance of the error before that date); since then, the issue is happening at least once a day but more like 5-10 times a day. I ran Windbg and for almost all errors it points to "fundisc" module as the culprit, although i don't know what piece of software would be using it. The only updates they had installed are security and critical updates via WSUS.
I have a new Toshiba satellite L500 laptop with windows 7 64-bit home premium OS, I found an issue with the wireless utility where it works fine when i open the PC, but after sometime (about an hour) it stop working, i tried to use windows troubleshooter, it help me fixing the problem sometimes (saying that the solution is to enable the wireless network connection adapter) but only for a short time.
I had installed Linux Ubuntu OS on the machine, and the wireless works just fine, so the problem is something with windows 7.
Using windows 7 64bit home premium, have tried two different adapters- A-link WNU(M) USB adapter- ASUS PCE-N15 PCI-e adapterBoth of them seem so install correctly, no errors during install. Device manager shows them working correctly, but......there are no networks visible to connect.At the same time my laptop (win7 64bit business premium or something) sees and can connect to networks. Have tried both of those adapters in XP in same computer, and there they work correctly, and show plenty of networks. 2 of mine, and many more from neighbours. Phone also can connect...so networks really exist. I have installed latest drivers from manufacturers sitesif I try manually setup connect to wireless network, get error..."an unexpected error occurs"Trouble shooting wireless network gives:"There might be a problem with the driver for the wireless..."But when I try to resolve the issue:"The wireless network adapter is experiencing problems"Also updating driver "windows style" says that driver is up to date.And it does exactly the same with 2 wireless adapters......dont think I need to try 3rd. Atleast ASUS PCE-N15 shold be win7 64bit compatible
I've got a handful of Dell laptops that recently stopped reconnecting to a wireless network after being on the lan. WLAN shows connected, but can't reconnect until we do a IP refresh. Some machines are running Dell WLAN cards and another is running Intel card. Can't seem to nail down the problem. One user mentioned she was having this problem after MS updates so wondering if a patch/hot fix is jacking up these machines. To add salt to the wound, I brought my Dell Inpiron 1420 home today...plugged in the network cable..did some work, then decided to move to the couch.
I need to get my noname usb wlan dongle to work with Windows 7. This is a usb-adapter that I put in my computer and witch then forwards my Internet connection to my girlfriends laptop (wlan). I had Vista before and then it was working. The program that I have been running is called ZDWLAN.
When I installed it on Vista I followed this guide teamxlink.co.uk :: View topic - THE OFFICIAL TEAM XLINK WIFI MAX WINDOWS VISTA GUIDE . Now it isnt working though. The program doesn't appear in the system tray. I have tryed running it in compatibility mode vista (sp2).