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After using airmon-ng and disabling eth0 and wlan0, and restarting my computer in dual boot mode under Ubuntu 11.04 my computer froze right after logging into Ubuntu. I tried re-enabling eth0 and wlan0, but i'm not sure if it was done properly.

When I plug an Ethernet cable into my computer it starts up with no problems, no freezing, no nothing. However, when I unplug the cable the computer freezes shortly after. I figure that this issue may revolve around a wireless related process? If this isn't solved could I reinstall Ubuntu 11.04 in dual boot without having to worry about the 20GB of partitioned space that I allocated it?

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