Windows 10: BSOD with VPN - possibly related to network drivers
BSOD with VPN - possibly related to network drivers
I am experiencing BSOD on the University network-eduroam, which have not happened before.
It happens few minutes after I am connected to my Okayfreedom VPN, but I do not have this problem at home with my wifi which is strange. There is no problems without the VPN connection.
I have F-secure safe and malwarebytes anti-exploit (free) installed. The laptop's wifi adapter is Intel AC7265 with the latest driver. There was a windows update yesterday I don't know maybe it might be related to this.
I also ran sfc /scannow but no problems were found.
Thank you for your help.
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