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Getting following message when I boot up: Linksys Wireless PCI Card WLAN Monitor Access violation message

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Getting following message when I boot up: Linksys Wireless PCI Card WLAN Monitor - "access violation at address 7c9106c3 in module 'ntdll.dll'. Write of address BFFFFFFF."  I just click ok and it goes away until next boot up, so not serious, but would like to get rid of it. Does any one have any suggestions? Thank you.
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what windows are you running?
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Windows XP. Actually, I just resolved this by uninstalling the software and reinstalling, twice. The first time did not work, so thought that was not the answer, but decided to try one more time and wala! It solved the problem. Lesson learned: try uninstalling and reinstalling several times if all else fails.
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yea the linksys lan software doesn't need tobe installed under xp.. xp can do the wireless config..
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