It only started with the latest firmware.
Bugger! I have a couple of customers who's iProntos lock up occasionally and they're feeding info back to Philips on what I understand is a fairly regular basis to try to enable the developers to nail down the issue.
I hope so, really can't use the remote because
as soon as it goes to sleep within 10 minutes
it will crash. I may try another WiFi card, it
may not even boot though. I tried running it without
the Wifi altogether but it would not boot. I had
a feeling it was to do with Wifi that's why I
tried without it.
I don't know what chipset the Philips card uses but maybe that's worth a try...