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BSOD when physically move PC, error in locale 1033
reoccurring BSOD since Toshiba replaced my WiFi card and hard drive and I restored using a system image I created prior to sending it in for repair. It seems to happen when the system is moved (related to the shock sensor?) and/or coming out of sleep mode. I think it might just be a missing or corrupt driver? There's something like 10 or more .dmp files for each of the BSOD instances. I can usually just restart noramally when promted by windows and system seems fine...Any and all help is appreciated.
Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1
Original equip except for new HD & wifi
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