My brother's wifi card died, so my dad bought him a Dynex card to replace it. (he did not ask me before doing this -- he asked the price tags instead.) The damned thing gets re-detected every time the computer boots up, and it demands that the driver be reinstalled. Needless to say, this is frustrating. Also needless to say, they won't take it back and buy a good card, so that option is off the table for discussion's sake. Guess who gets to fix it? I've banged my head against the wall enough for one week. Does anybody know of any problems with Windows that would cause it to forget about hardware that has already been properly installed? Maybe something about the driver not really getting copied to the \system32 folder, or wherever the hell it's supposed to go? Any ideas how to fix this problem? The card works fine on the rare occasion that the driver actually installs properly.