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Windows 7: Win7 Prof BSOD when I wireless to local college network

27 Jan 2011   #1
Storyteller

windows 7 64 Professional
 
 
Win7 Prof BSOD when I wireless to local college network

Hi!
I followed the instructions here, so hopefully someone can look at this and tell me what is going wrong.
I run ok except when at Wake Tech Comm college - where about 60 seconds or so I will BSOD and each time a minute or so connection, it does it again. i've run registry fix programs, etc. Must be a bad .... something. ugh? haha. Any clues would be much appreciated. thank you. DAve
p.s. Perform / report is inside the subdirectory.


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27 Jan 2011   #2
Maguscreed

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 x64
 
 

It's showing ntoskrnl.exe errors.
Hardware conflict or virus, is my personal experience with the 0x7f codes.
Try running malwarebytes antimalware and see if it finds anything.
Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware: Malwarebytes

Barring that perhaps a more experienced member will chime in.
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28 Jan 2011   #3
Storyteller

windows 7 64 Professional
 
 

I appreciate you looking into this - I got Malwarebytes and ran it, only found two broken links (I think that is what it said) so I installed and ran Spybot and AdaWare as well. found nothing wrong. but thanks for looking at this.
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09 Feb 2011   #4
Storyteller

windows 7 64 Professional
 
 
Still getting BSOD - can you look at this dmp?

I restored factory Windows 7 64 bit professional, reloaded all my software and still getting this problem. Any clues in the dmp? (not an expert on dmp reading, so any assist would be greatly appreciated.)

storyteller
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09 Feb 2011   #5
Maguscreed

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 x64
 
 

You are receiving a 7f type error (double fault)
Bad driver or failed hardware 90% of the time.

Anyhow, let's start with drivers.
Your broadcom driver is vista so try updating Broadcom.com - Bluetooth Software Download

something called NETIO.SYS also seems out of date. I can not locate what this is part of, thus I can't find you a update. ...considering it's name though I would lean towards it being network related and possibly the source of your issue though.
Maybe someone else can help.
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11 Feb 2011   #6
Storyteller

windows 7 64 Professional
 
 

Appears to be fixed. Doing some searches on above input (thank you very much) I found conflict errors could happen with Zone Alarm and windows 7 - so I removed zone alarm and it is no longer crashing on college wireless! I also updated all my bluetooth drivers, but don't use bluetooth.

thank you so much ! Hope this thread helps others!
Storyteller
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11 Feb 2011   #7
DeanP

Win 7 Pro x64 SP1 OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.7
 
 

You can use Microsoft Security Essentials (free, more stable and doesn't cause BSOD a lot) as replacement: http://www.microsoft.com/security_essentials/
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