Quote: Originally Posted by Kobra1294
Thanks for the reply! I don't own any realtek devices though. I don't know how this could have come to be. I'm using a d-link wireless N adapter and have since I bought the computer. Is it possible I'm getting false results since the BSOD has shown me multiple drivers that were wrong?
You need not to have any realtek device.
D-Link is a device, that is connected to your computer's hardware. There is a driver to configure that device to your computer. And realtek does it.
Realtek, Atheros, nForce, Intel Gigabit, etc all are drivers, those configure your modem with your computers main hardware.
Is it clear now? Go update the driver.