Immediately after I did that I stopped getting BSOD and everything is running perfectly again, hopefully forever. The other thread I linked to is so similar though I'm inclined to think the B85M-D3H just doesn't play nice with wireless and without the memory thing enabled through bios (on TP-LINK, The Reliable Choice Home Wi-Fi Routers Wi-Fi Routers Modems/ Gateways DSL Modems & Routers Cable Modems & Routers 3G/4G Routers PON SFUs & HGUs LTE/3G Network Expansion Range Extenders Powerline Take out everything and put it back together piece by piece. http://gagc.net/blue-screen/ntoskrnl-exe-bsod-after-wireless-adapter-install.php
This may just be a driver issue Yep, sounds like an issue I had in the past too. then i installed a pci wireless adapter. Home Help Search Login Register D-Link Forums > D-Link Wireless N Products > DWA-130 > SOLVED: D-Link utility causes Windows 7 BSOD « previous next » Pages:  Print Author Topic: Reply DriversExpert says May 26, 2015 at 7:58 am Hi Peggy - the free drivers scan is designed to help people find out the exact drivers they need as it scans http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/336279-bsod-installing-usb-wireless-adapter-driver.html
Therefore, you need download and install wireless network drivers.Part 3. Please remove your memory sticks leaving just one in place and run the PC to see if you still get BSOD's, if you do, swap the sticks so you try each Jul 22, 2011 #9 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Similar Topics BSOD when using terminal emulator via USB-to-serial adapter Mar 16, 2013 Wireless Reply drivers help says June 5, 2014 at 9:25 am You can run a free drivers scan with our software by clicking the ‘Free Drivers Scan of your PC ‘ at
My wife has a DWA 130 recC and it won't work with my Windows 7.Get revE1 Logged mrrod Level 1 Member Posts: 20 Re: SOLVED: D-Link utility causes Windows 7 BSOD Given it has happened with both Wifi cards, I would also be checking that the PCI port/slot is working ok, and the card is seated correctly, etc.Could be a MB issue? I'm assuming it is something driver related or even hardware since I put this computer together myself. Blue Screen When Connecting To Wifi I didn't see anything that was Atheros though I wasn't sure what to look for and was just looking for something that said Atheros.
It can find the out-of-date, corrupted, and broken drivers easily, fix drivers that have problems quickly, download & update Windows drivers for you Free Download Latest Articles Fix 0x000007A KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR in Tp Link Wireless Adapter Blue Screen Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. Windows 7: BSOD installing USB wireless adapter driver 29 Jun 2014 #1 xaey Windows 7 Ultimate x64 2 posts BSOD installing USB wireless adapter driver I plugged in http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/bsod-when-connecting-usb-wireless-adapter.168121/ The reason for changing the extension of the files to .old is to stop it from being used, but reversible if it causes any other problems as you can go back
Cable Delivers high-speed data through the coaxial line. Have you still got a wireless card fitted. I did not install the drivers from the dlink website but attached the adapter to my computer and windows asked me if I wanted to go online and automatically search for This may just be a driver issue and I still need to take the computer into the main room to connect to the internet via ethernet for updates and drivers.
Logged Print Pages:  « previous next » D-Link Forums > D-Link Wireless N Products > DWA-130 > SOLVED: D-Link utility causes Windows 7 BSOD SMF 2.0.12 | SMF © navigate here Jul 22, 2011 #7 eerievon TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 20 didn't know that about daemon, uninstalled it and went through and changed the .sys file names and still crashed that Still would be interested in looking at some dumps. Sorry for resurrecting this old thread but I came across it while troubleshooting last night and thought it might be helpful for some other poor sod with this painful issue out Kb977165
Your feedback helps improve this site. Ended up ditching any utilities that came with the wifi card and just using the default windows 7 networking tools. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Check This Out Internet Speed 24/1 Antivirus ESET/MBAM Pro Browser ie11 / Chrome/ Firefox Other Info 2nd Rig i7-3770K Asus Maximus V Extreme, 16 GB G Skill DDR3-2400, Corsair 1250i, Samsung 128GB 850PRO, 2XSamsung
Our post "Fix Windows…Read more How to Perform Standard VGA Graphics Adapter Update The Standard VGA Graphics Adapter refers to display hardware on your computer. Tried switching the RAM to 1333MHz as someone mentioned in this or the old thread I linked to and no luck. No worries.
It's entirely possible that it's a faulty card — if so, should be able to do a direct swap since it's only a week old. When I get online with the computer tomorrow night I should be able to. thanks again and I'll keep you posted as to whether or not this works Jul 22, 2011 #4 Mark56 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,889 That sounds encouraging. Inpage error is usually associated with a bad HDD or SSD.
Do a search for the following files after the install is done (go into windows explorer select the windows folder in the folders pane and use the search box in the BSOD Help and Support BSOD after installing Medialink Wireless-N USB adapterThis is Model No: MWN-USB150N. When I got up this morning I was greeted by the logon screen and had the little msg telling me that windows had just recovered. this contact form I had problems with my TP Link wireless adapter when I first used it in Windows 8.