What happens when your computer freezes?
The mouse stops moving, there is no keyboard response, image on the monitor freezes.
Does anything end up in the log?
Neither network nor system log record anything.
Do you need to reboot, or can you go to Task Manager and kill something?
Since the computer becomes completly unresponsive, no I cannot go into anything excpt press the RESET button on the case.
Is your Trendnet a USB card or ? I am not using the Trendnet, but do use Engenius/Atheros, Realtek, Linksys, Intel with no problems-but maybe just not on the air long enough at a stretch.
TRENDnet 802.11g wireless PCI adapter, 108Mbps.
What wireless router are you using, and what kind of an Internet connection.
TRENDnet 802.11g Wireless Router, 108Mbps.
How is your adapter setup?-standard get everything auto?
My adapter is sey up to connect to DreamDragon(my network) via secured access using a 128-bit ASCII WEP key. No Super G or any such "exotic" settings are enabled.
What besides TCP/IP IPv4 is checked.
Client for Microsoft Networks, VMware Bridge Control, QoS Packet Scheduler, TCP/IP IPv6, Link-Layer Topology Discovery Mapper I/O Driver, Link-Layer Topology Discovery Responder, on both wireless and ethernet adapters.
Have seen a few reports on DHCP problems, but this does not appear related at first glance. Have you checked the internet for reports of this as a Vista driver issue? Even after more than a year there are an awful lot of "beta" or "beta-like" drivers out there.
I have, and I don't believe it is. I ran Windows Update this morning and it upgraded them from 7.0.x.x to 7.4.x.x. With this update the signal strength was finally showing properly, instead of always being "poor". However, I still got a freeze.
Now here's my question: A short while ago you fixed an issue affecting XP systems in which they would freeze up under certain network traffic conditions. Are there any reasons to believe the same bug might exist in Vista?