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Windows 7: BSOD (0x0xc000007e windows 7) When i unplugged Wireless Adapter

06 Jan 2015   #11
gazareap

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Service Pack 1
 
 

Okay so i downloaded that driver, unzipped into a folder on my desktop. I then went into device manager and opened the properties window for my TP link wifi adapter. Selected "update drivers", "browse computer" and directed the path to the folder. The next window. Even though it said this, the wifi adapter restarted, so im not totally sure if it done anything.


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06 Jan 2015   #12
Arc

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We already know that the suggested driver should work for a TP Link 300 mbps wireless N.

The driver details as ....
Code:
Provider    = %ATHEROS%
LoutFiles   = layout.inf
CatalogFile = athrextx.cat
DriverVer   = 07/22/2014,10.0.0.297
So at this moment we have to wait for another BSOD to test the situation. And you can check the driver tab to see the driver version.
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06 Jan 2015   #13
gazareap

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
We already know that the suggested driver should work for a TP Link 300 mbps wireless N.

The driver details as ....
Code:
Provider    = %ATHEROS%
LoutFiles   = layout.inf
CatalogFile = athrextx.cat
DriverVer   = 07/22/2014,10.0.0.297
So at this moment we have to wait for another BSOD to test the situation. And you can check the driver tab to see the driver version.
I have made some progress, i think. I googled to see if there was a work around. I found this. I done everything in this post and actually managed to install the new driver. Although when my computer restarted the device couldn't power on or start up and i had to roll back the drivers. Although, i could disconnect the device without the BSOD, so it MUST be this one driver that is causing an issue. To clarify, im still getting the BSOD because i rollbacked to the older driver but i could disconnect the device while i was on the new driver without getting the BSOD.
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06 Jan 2015   #14
Arc

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OK, let us see any further crash dump.
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07 Jan 2015   #15
gazareap

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
OK, let us see any further crash dump.
Okay, So i downloaded the latest drivers from TP-links website. Still got a crash and i still get spikes up to 600ms in games.
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07 Jan 2015   #16
Arc

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Same BSOD.
Code:
BugCheck 1000007E, {ffffffffc0000005, fffff88005627e26, fffff88003746808, fffff88003746060}

Probably caused by : athurx.sys ( athurx+8e26 )

Followup: MachineOwner
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Same old driver.
Code:
    Image name: athurx.sys
    Timestamp:        Wed Apr 20 15:37:45 2011 (4DAEB071)
If you cannot have a newer driver for the adapter, I would suggest you to get a new adapter having a newer driver, otherwise the BSODs will continue to occur with that old outdated driver.
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07 Jan 2015   #17
gazareap

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Same BSOD.
Code:
BugCheck 1000007E, {ffffffffc0000005, fffff88005627e26, fffff88003746808, fffff88003746060}

Probably caused by : athurx.sys ( athurx+8e26 )

Followup: MachineOwner
---------
Same old driver.
Code:
    Image name: athurx.sys
    Timestamp:        Wed Apr 20 15:37:45 2011 (4DAEB071)
If you cannot have a newer driver for the adapter, I would suggest you to get a new adapter having a newer driver, otherwise the BSODs will continue to occur with that old outdated driver.
Okay a this point, im ready just to get a new Adapter. Thanks for you're help. I'm abit sad i couldn't fix it incase other people had this issue.
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