Complaining about NOT
getting a BSOD? (just kidding!)
The dump files point to: WUSB54Gv4x64.sys Wed Dec 27 04:41:31 2006
This is a USB wireless adapter driver
, which is also seriously outdated.
Also, there have been known issues with some of these (with RaLink chipsets) in the 64 bit flavor - but that has recently been fixed.
Please go to the website of your device manufacturer and download the 64 bit, Windows 7 version of the driver and install it. Test to see if that remedies your problems (if you don't get a BSOD in a day or two, it's probably fixed).