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Windows 7: BSOD associated with ntkrnlmp.exe and nwifi.sys

17 Feb 2010   #1
isteph9

windows 7 64 bit
 
 
BSOD associated with ntkrnlmp.exe and nwifi.sys

Recently updated an HP Laptop DV6648se to Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit from Vista 32 bit. Never had a problem with Vista in this computer - never had a BSOD. Replaced the hard drive and did a clean install. After returning to college, it seemed the wireless card started to cause BSOD, based on several BSOD's related to nwifi.sys, so I updated the wireless card driver from version 12.x.x.x to 13.0.0.127 from Intel's web site. Wireless card is Intel Pro/wireless 3945 abg. Seemed stable for a while, then, it starts again - more BSOD's. Having about one to six BSOD a day - very inconvenient. If the wireless driver is turned off, no BSOD. I've attached a minidump, and it points to ntkrnlmp.exe now. Any help in would be appreciated.


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17 Feb 2010   #2
isteph9

windows 7 64 bit
 
 

I've been searching the forum and noticed that Zone Alarm firewall causes BSOD. I'm using that. Will remove and see if BSOD ends.
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25 Feb 2010   #3
isteph9

windows 7 64 bit
 
 

Removed Zone Alarm. BSOD stopped. Looks like Zone Alarm is the culprit.
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