|23 Dec 2010||#1|
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Random BSOD Occuring (NIC Related?)
First post on this forum...
I have a fairly new M4500 laptop which I got new from Dell.
I've had random BSOD's occuring and I'm almost convinced it is NIC related but I am unsure how to fix it as I don't think there are newer drivers than what Dell and/or Microsoft provide for it.
It usually always happens when the network card is stressed (Running large SQL queries and surfing at the same time for instance).
The "file" in question that is listed in the BSOD is e1k62x64.sys
Any help on this please?
(PS: I have carried out the bsod reader instructions but there is some information in some of the files I cannot release on here which is why I have not attached it on here)
Thanks in advance
Also: A full format has been carried out 3 times now and reinstall of non-dell image.
Annoyingly, I can go days without it happening but when it does happen, it's always the e1k62x64.sys that causes it.
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