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  1. Also, thoughts on a wi-fi adapter? If I can't fix this problem, would it be better to just turn off the device permanently and pick one up for $24? I can afford to do that, I can't afford to take this in and have someone charge me a lot more to fix it. I would much rather go for the free solution where I can figure this out without spending anything, but if I'm not able to fix it I'd like to know if that is a possibility. This is what I looked at in case you were wondering~ http://www.walmart.com/ip/D-Link-Wireless-150-N-USB-Adapter/12457258?srccode=cii_5784816&cpncode=32-201841486-2&adid=1500000000000029469730&veh=cse edit: also, Ethernet cable isn't an option since I'm a floor above the router. edit2: Also, I still have the old laptop that the motherboard failed on. If I opened up both of them and swapped out the wifi network adapter for the old one would that work? They are basically the same laptop, so they should be the same parts as well. I'd probably just get the wi-fi adapter for $24 instead of going through the mess with all the screws.
  2. it's 2 am, so I'm going to give up on this tonight for now. I'll check back in the morning. I went to the toshiba website and downloaded two things from there for wifi, it actually responded this time unlike the Realtek website did. Still, same lame problem, so idk what to do.
  3. I went into Device Manger and disabled Realtek RTL8187B Wireless 802.11b/g 54Mbps USB 2.0 Network Adapter and the idle Interrupts went from 3.5-4% to 0.5-1%. I still don't know exactly what I need to download though, I'm not sure why it says I don't have that.
  4. I've installed it, there is a tray icon with a red circle and a black X over the blue crab..thing. It says no REALTEK RTL8187B Wireless LAN
  5. http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/NETWORK-CARD/REALTEK/Realtek-RTL8187B-Wireless-Lan-Driver-6-1089-5-1097.shtml Is this the correct download? I found the Realtek website, I'll try the non beta one http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=1&PFid=1&Level=6&Conn=5&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false&Downloads=true#RTL8187B
  6. Alright, I'll try to update the realtek driver you mentioned, Avast is updated though.
  7. Thank you again for assisting me, I've sent you a PM message about the PW. Each were recorded for 90 seconds. I have one for after I start the computer, and one for when the Interrupts is high ~30% I've also included a DxDiag file just in case it might help. https://www.box.com/s/uilt15yfc782frgxyyao I'll be keeping an eye on this topic, so I should be able to respond quickly if you reply. Thank you again for helping.
  8. Ah wow, I wasn't expecting a response that fast, I appoligize for not getting back to you. I'm at work atm so I'm unable to, but when I get home I'll upload it. Thank you again for the quick response.
  9. Hello MagicAndre1981, I love your topic. I've followed everything until the end and basically found out that I'm having issues with usbport.sys I really don't understand much about computers, I don't even know how to update my own drivers. I mean, I've tried right clicking them and update them, but windows says they are up to date. I don't want to go into some shop and spend money to fix this issue so I'm hoping that I can resolve this on my own, I just wish I knew how I'll try my best to explain the issue. When my computer is idle Interrupts are at around 3-4%. When I'm using it and downloading just about anything it jumps to 10%. If my download speed is very fast it will go to anywhere from 20% to 40%+. I've opened up device manager, there I have: Like I said before, I've tried right clicking and updating the drivers on all of them. I've tried disabling all of them and restarting the computer (which disabled my internet). Even then I had an idle 3-4% Interrupts. It's not an issue when I'm idle, but if I'm downloading anything it really destroys the performance of my computer. I hope that this can be saved, would feel great being able to fix something on my own. I'd like to add that I use a Toshiba Satellite A205-S5804 Laptop, Windows 7. Also, I've put in a fresh hard drive from my previous laptop, same laptop model, wiped clean, and the issue remains. I'd also like to add that that laptop, before the motherboard failed, did not have any issues with Interrupts. I probably should have returned this laptop when I noticed the problem, but since I ordered online and really needed one I just couldn't spare the time w/o one any longer. Also, this was a refurbished model. I won't disclose the company that did it unless needed.