...this is my last resort, haha... Here's the background on the story...I had a customer come in and he said his kid plays WoW and its to slow for him, he also said that when you first turn the computer on it "takes a long time to get past the blue HP screen"...long story short, I never saw POST hang while it was in the shop...I installed a new video card, looked over the system and called it done... 4 days later the customer came back with his HP and kid who reminded me of the World of Warcraft South Park episode...He was pissed off and said it still hangs when they turn it on and now his game crashes w/ an IRQ_LESS_OR_EQUAL BSOD...I talked to the kid because it was his PC and he informed me that it did that BEFORE we installed the video card (that would of been nice to know...)...I asked him if he had any USB devices plugged into it and he told me he did (another awesome piece of information left out)... Turns out his Linksys WUSB300N USB wireless adapter was causing POST to hang and also causing his game to crash...The kid says he NEEDS Wireless-N so he can play WoW so I installed a Linksys WMP300N PCI Card...here's where I am stuck... Windows Vista detected the card as a Broadcom Wireless-N device. I updated the driver to the latest Linksys ones...it worked like a charm before the first reboot...now it doesn't work..it says "the device name is in use by another service name" ...the hell does that mean? I went into device manager and views the hidden devices...there's 7 of the WUSB300N devices still in there...I am un-able to delete any of them via device manager or the registry, registry tells me access denied and device manager just won't delete them...says it does but it doesn't... Why am I unable to delete the devices? Why is this card not working after the 1st reboot...why are this kids parents supporting his addition to WoW and spending lots of money in the process?