Windows 10: BSOD All the Time (ntoskrnl.exe, hal.dll,...)
BSOD All the Time (ntoskrnl.exe, hal.dll,...)
I have BSOD problem here and it happens all the Time, When Gaming, Watching a video on youtube, Surfing the web, Having a video chat in Skype and Sometimes even when the system is idle.
Here I attached the Zip file generated by the BSOD instructions. Please take a look and Help me
Thanks in advance.
0xFC and OxD1. Both are driver related issue, apparently. But the dumps are not pointing to any driver precisely.
It would be better if you enable driver verifier. Follow it: Driver Verifier - Enable and Disable in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
Please read the entire tutorial very minutely before you enable Driver Verifier.
Let us see the crash dumps with verifier enabled.
OK, I've done this "Driver verifier" last night, but the funny thing is I haven't encountered any BSOD after that, it's about 6 7 hours now with no BSOD that is strange I will post more info as soon as I get BSOD
OK, so finally BSOD happens again and here is the information that I create with the same "DM Log collector" but with driver verifier on .
Can you update the driver to Intel(R) WiFi Link 5100?
See how it goes. Let us know. And disable driver verifier now.
OK, I download and install "Wireless_16.7.0_e164" driver from the link . I will update here if anything happens.
I havent noticed it earlier deeply .... actually there is no driver for windows 10. You may go through these links .... some of the information might be helpful.
I'm getting BSOD over and over again, so you think this is the issue of the WiFi driver ?
Your last BSOD dump gives such an impression. And as the driver is incompatible, possibilities remain there.
Hi people, you really are my last hope. Please read my post carefully.
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