Driver Conflict ?

  Troop Leader 12:42 28 Jan 03

I have recently gone Broadband, however since doing so I often suffer from my PC freezing, usually between web pages.
I can ony suspect that it has something to do with a Driver Conflict relating to the new drivers installed for the ADSL modem. I have checked for a more upto date driver but am told that I have a more upto date version than I can download.

Can anyone tell me how to check if this is a Driver Conflict or something else.

(System: PIII, 450mhz, 312mb RAM, 6.4GB Hard Disc, Win98, Internet Explorer 6) No doubt have missed something crucial.



It's maybe not related but I think I might have a driver conflict also. I installed a new AGP card and I find my system freezes ocasionally just after booting up but usually when I try to access some web pages or go into Zone Alarm.

Anyone got any ideas.

  woodchip 22:43 28 Jan 03

Try running the IE repair tool, in ADD Remove Programs in control panel double click on Microsoft Internet Explorer Choose Repair

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