1. Read and do -> http://forums.cnet.com/5208-19681_102-0.html?messageID=3196452&tag=forums06;posts#3196452
2. I learned that we don't replace the wifi card as it only fails later. We remove it and see if the problems subside. We use PC-Cards to stand in for the wifi.
Feel free to repeat the lesson learned on item 2.
I have a toshiba A215-S4697 that has had problems with it freezing up and giving me blue screens. I reinstalled windows multiple times (currently have windows 7 on it) and it has given me nothing but trouble (i ran it lean and mean with almost no programs, and it still froze up). I also updated the bios.
I heard that the wireless card was a big problem on these, so I tried turning it off and even went into device manager and disabled it and used a usb drive. Still, the darn thing freezes up really quickly. MY main question: Does this mean that the wireless card/driver is not the cause of the problem?
So, a guy said he'd replace the wireless for 40 bucks (i know, its steep). Any recommendations? Other places to look?