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Windows 7: near daily BSOD- possibly video streaming issue?

12 Feb 2012   #1

Windows Home Premium 64 bit
near daily BSOD- possibly video streaming issue?

Hi- i've been having issues with my laptop BSOD-ing for months now, to varying degrees. it seems that some weeks it will happen as many as 2-3 times a day, while other weeks much more rarely. but recently it seems i can't go 3 days without a crash.

from what i've noticed recently, it always seems to be during video streaming- youtube skype, etc. today it crashed twice in an hour on apple trailers, which is what prompted me to get off my lazy ass and do something about it. However, i've only been paying attention to the video correlation for a week or two, and i watch a lot of videos online, so it may very well be coincidental.

It seems that a negative side effect of buying an expensive warranty for my laptop is that i am really careless with it. it has fallen to the floor while on numerous times, i use it on my bed as it gets hotter and hotter, etc. just a warning that i am aware that this very well may be a physical issue that needs to be corrected. but fingers crossed that its just a shitty driver or something i can correct without having to send it in.

anyway, here are my specs-

Lenovo T-410 bought summer 2010
Windows 7 Home Premium x64- OEM- original os on system

and i've attached the zip folder of dump files.

ps- i ran the performance monitor twice- once right before i did the crash dump thing and a new one immediately after, for good measure. the second one said i'm missing the log of a third of my events- (10,000 files!) is that a side effect of you guys's crash dump thing? is it something to take seriously?

thanks so much in advance!

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12 Feb 2012   #2

Win 8 Release candidate 8400

28 of 32 Related to NETw5s64.sys Wireless WiFi Link Driver from Intel Corporation

I would re-install newest driver available.
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12 Feb 2012   #3

Windows Home Premium 64 bit

ahh that was a quick fix- updated all the drivers for my wireless card (intel centrino n 6200), including the troublesome one. thanks for the advice, i will post back in a day or two to guarantee that took care of it.
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