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You can also prevent Windows from automatically restarting when a BSOD occurs from here. HELP!!!! Staff Online Now Drabdr Moderator Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking > Networking > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Even though it is already started as soon as get gets home it stops working with a BSOD. his comment is here

Whether you're using Windows 8.1 on a desktop, tablet, or something in between, these tweaks will come in handy! If system files are corrupted or there’s any other problem with them, System Restore can get them back to a working state. The other BSOD was when it was already booted up an running, desktop showing, etc. They crash regularly and even if I manage to run it, then I have to deal with tremendous lag. anchor

If your computer is still under warranty, you should contact your computer manufacturer, inform them of the problem, and ask them to fix it for you. Rescue Disk can also be useful. But just when I brought my laptop to mom's place, where I will be living for 2 months, I'm getting BSOD everytime I try to connect to the wifi network here. Double click on the adapter.

  • Try the driver directly from Intel's web site.
  • Back to top #8 quietman7 quietman7 Bleepin' Janitor Global Moderator 47,207 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Virginia, USA Local time:12:24 AM Posted 10 February 2009 - 11:17 AM The symptoms you describe
  • You’ll just need to reinstall and set up your desktop programs afterwards.
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  • Back to top #12 garmanma garmanma Computer Masochist Staff Emeritus 27,809 posts OFFLINE Location:Cleveland, Ohio Local time:01:24 AM Posted 10 February 2009 - 12:35 PM My first guess If it
  • Had to be something else.

Virus? First time DM, how should I stock a shop? No problems at all. Driver has been updated.

Grep in a huge log file (>14 GB) only the last x GB? Unfortunately, because that driver is so outdated every so often it seems to get updated automatically. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. Yes - an OEM or full Thread Tools Search this Thread 03-07-2011, 05:08 PM #1 Time Pink Registered Member Join Date: Mar 2011 Posts: 2 OS: Windows 7

What amazes me about these error codes is that on investigating further in the Microsoft forums, it turns out that although Microsoft (presumably) wrote the Windows software that generated and reported I am cocerned that this is not a driver issue but some kind of virus or malware. I kept asking the support person if they wanted these logs. The acid test will be tonight when I get home and see if the problems continue......

At least tell me what the error from my blue sceen of death means? http://superuser.com/questions/107578/bsod-only-in-one-physical-location-problem BSoD when using WiFi in Specific Locations Discussion in 'Networking' started by sirjay, Nov 20, 2014. I know this is more than a coincidence. Few miles from home no BSOD.

It also did it with brand new/clean installs, so it wasn't malware. this content I'am running Win7 64-bit and i have Belkin USB wireless adapter( Belkin surf N150) When i first bought the adapter it didnt connect to internet, so i throught it is not Blogger on how to remove spyware Back to top #6 kirka.dirka kirka.dirka Topic Starter Members 11 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:11:24 PM Posted 09 February 2009 - 05:20 PM How But when the user gets home and tries to start it it gets a BSOD.

If I use my WiFi in any other building, at home, or use a wired connection, then I am free from BSoDs. Select Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > Startup Settings and enter Safe Mode to identify and fix problems with your computer. Some will do it, while others won't. weblink If you’ve encountered a particularly bad problem, your computer may actually be blue-screening every time you restart, preventing you from using Windows normally.

A bootable antivirus tool BitDefender Rescue CD Removes Viruses When All Else Fails BitDefender Rescue CD Removes Viruses When All Else Fails Read More  like a BitDefender Rescue CD or an avast! TerryNet, Nov 21, 2014 #2 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. The “bug check string” is the most important piece of information here.

Advertisement sirjay Thread Starter Joined: Nov 20, 2014 Messages: 1 I'm running Windows 8.1, and I am getting a BSoD whenever I connect to the wireless at my University.

Read More . Disable the option for the computer to turn it off to save power, as well as for the device to wake the computer. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! It’s worth a try, but don’t expect it to fix your problem.

Since then, I've got no BSODs (couple hours ago). Apparently, sometimes when the device tries to "wake" your computer, this will cause a crash. You do more than just use it, you learn something about how it works. http://lebos.org/bsod-when/bsod-when-starting-ie.php Besides removing the driver and downloading a fresh one, I would remove it from the network and start over Edited by garmanma, 10 February 2009 - 12:36 PM.

This is a major operating system flaw, in my books. Anyway, I called in using one of these cards, expecting everything would be magically solved. I have brought it to work several times to try and get my office friends to troubleshoot and it is fine at the office. I have a high end system.

Ask higher salary than the one advertised? The Windows Action Center will theoretically help here.