Guest guest_dt Posted May 18, 2011 Report Share Posted May 18, 2011 It sounds like there's a problem with your network drivers. What wireless card do you have? Have you tried updating its drivers yet?A BSOD can only be caused by a bug in the driver itself, due to the way Windows works.Normally I would agree 100% but... running on a Dell 1510 Wireless-N WLAN mini. Like I posted, all drivers up to date, even tried hardwire network. I have been runnnig 7.2 since that posting and not one issue. So in this case, I wonder if there is some socket level traffic messing up? did this version change the way it chats on the network? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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