- OS: Windows 7 Home Premium x64
- the original installed OS on the system? Yes
- an OEM or full retail version? It was OEM, then I reinstalled with a version downloaded from the internet and input my serial key
- What is the age of system (hardware)? 2 months
- What is the age of OS installation (have you re-installed the OS?) I've reinstalled the OS 1 day ago
Problem: BSOD only when connecting to a specific, unprotected wireless network in a matter of minutes (may vary between 1 minute to 15 minutes).
What I have tried: Before formatting: tried some free registry correctors and restoring system. After formatting, I updated the BIOS, and reinstalled/updated the following drivers
: chipset, video, sata, ethernet and wlan.
Safe mode with network: no BSOD in an hour.
BSOD info files attached.
Description: For 2 months since I got this laptop I had no problems using wired and wifi networks. 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. The last 2 BSODs occurred 1 minute after I connected to the wifi network, but the others time varied.
When my wifi adapter is on, but not connected to any network, everything works fine. I get no BSOD or any other errors.
Before formatting, and after the firsts BSODs I've got a file called mfewfpk.sys corrupted, that seems to be related to McAfee antivirus. No viruses were detected by it and Malware Bytes Antimalware.
As I couldn't find any solution, I formatted everything, but the problem still occurs.
Other laptops and computers connected to the wifi network, each with different OS (like the one I'm using, which is WinXP Home Edition SP2), work fine.
What should I do now?