By: Rob G (IP: 195.8.161.*)
Written on: 19-06-2006 10:12
The only thing i can think of for you to do is to check the website and see if there are any drivers you can d'load, either that or email the problem to NetGear - It could be a design fault.
Sorry i can't help more!
By: user (IP: 83.103.131.*)
Written on: 20-06-2006 14:21
it's no problem with it ...
they heat up if you work with them a lot
check you memory from inside the case (the simms)
they got even hotter !!!
it's normal for memory to heat up ...
40-50 degrees C is normal ...
you have no problem get on with your life
By: Ray (IP: 84.71.118.*)
Written on: 09-07-2006 02:49
I had a similar heat problem concern with my Zydas wlan USB dongles so ... I stuck some tiny RAM heatsinks on them!
Well, not quite that simple. First I had to find something small enough to fit - similar to these ... http://www.thermaltake.com/coolers/memory/ramsink.htm (the brand isn't important, I used the 1st 'sinks I found).
Second, I found the hottest part of the dongle - so THAT was where the heat gets generated!
But I knew that the 'sinks wouldn't be much use coz my wlan's have a dimpled plastic surface. So first I lapped the hot spot to roughly smooth. Then cleaned it with petrol then stuck the RAMsinks on.
Result? 'sinks get hot, dongle doesn't overheat = job done. That has worked for approx 18 months.