|15 Sep 2012||#1|
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BSOD DUE TO NETIO.SYS (driver)
This is the first time I've had this many BSODs, I can't find the particular driver that causes this as I downloaded a few drivers today and rolledback the asmedia xhci controller and the atheros wireless driver because when I installed the updated xhci driver I couldn't use my usb devices. I restored the atheros driver as it seems that the BSOD cause was linked with the new driver, even though I didn't update that particular driver today. The BSODs that I'm concerned about happened today so there is no need to check the old BSODs, I think. Any suggestions would be helpful!
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