The number of connections, or uTorrent's upnp/nat-pmp maybe be crashing the driver stack. Lower the maximum number of connections and disable upnp/nat-pmp. If it still happens, buy a different wireless card.Akimbo wrote:Hey guys, a "friend" of mine has had this problem at least maybe twice or thrice a year, when he turns on a -U torrent- program and his wireless connection practically disabled on itself, and then he has to reset by taking out the wireless USB stick just to be able to browse the net, provided he closes the torrent program.
The thing is, this doesn't happen all the time. Most days he can download through torrent in the background and surf as per normal. Anybody knows what's actually wrong?
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