Windows 7 Bluescreen

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by testt0r, Mar 11, 2010.

  1. testt0r

    testt0r MDL Member

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  2. venu

    venu MDL Addicted

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    had a look at one of your crash dumps.
    Update your wireless card driver.
     
  3. testt0r

    testt0r MDL Member

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    Thank you for your info venu,

    Willl look if that works ^^
     
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    venu MDL Addicted

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    #5 venu, Mar 16, 2010
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    testt0r,
    the latest driver for Intel wifi link 5100 AGN is version 13.1.1.1. You'll need to hunt around for it.
    Also, this particular wireless card has issues which will hopefully be addressed by Intel.
    And the faulty driver in this dump is the same wireless card driver.
    You could also try disabling 11n and power saving in the adapter properties when you connect to univ lan as a workaround.
     
  6. dewnek

    dewnek MDL Novice

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    I agree, for cob job you must use the same as you do at home. to fix, you need correct driver. I think.

    possible faulty hardware.
     
  7. testt0r

    testt0r MDL Member

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    thanks for your fast reply and information provided venu. I will test it in my university again.
     
  8. cba1986

    cba1986 MDL Member

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    You can try using the Windows drivers.