Windows 10: BSOD after change The WLAN Card to AW-CE123H in Win10

  1.    26 Sep 2016 #1

    BSOD after change The WLAN Card to AW-CE123H in Win10


    Hi everyone, I change my Wlan card to aw-ce123h in my laptop(clevo p150em) but I always get BSOD and I need to disable the wlan card in safe mode. I suspect the driver error and make my laptop freeze. Please help me to fix it.
    note:
    I purchase my card from amazon.com
    ( I hope I post it in the right place)
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    27 Sep 2016 #2

    I assume you had another WLAN card installed before.
    Did you remove Drivers for the old card before you put the new Card in? If not, you will have to.
    Proceed as this:
    With the new card still installed, go to Device Manager and Delete current Drivers for WLAN+BT. Ckeck the Box "Delete Driver".
    Go to Programm and Features, uninstall all Software for WLNA+BT.
    Shut down
    Remove new card
    Put old Card again in System
    Boot.
    Remove all Drivers as above for the old Wlan+BT.
    Shut Down.
    Remove old WLAN and put new in.
    Now, it will Best to Reset your BIOS.
    In my Laptop, I remove Batterie, Back-up Cell, memory modules and wait some time (like 5 minutes) before putt all back again.
    Some Laptops it will reset BIOS by pressing power button for 1 minute.
    When you boot again, do not install any Drivers, see if Windows will install automatically Drivers . You may want to force Windows to search on-line for the Drivers.
    If Windows does not find Drivers for your Card, then try to install Drivers for 8.1.
    If it still does not work, you are out of luck and probably Best option is to go to W10-1511.
    Seems that with W10-1607 (AU), a lot of people are having a lot of problems with Drivers, specially Wi-Fi.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    04 Oct 2016 #3

    Adalwar said: View Post
    I assume you had another WLAN card installed before.
    Did you remove Drivers for the old card before you put the new Card in? If not, you will have to.
    Proceed as this:
    With the new card still installed, go to Device Manager and Delete current Drivers for WLAN+BT. Ckeck the Box "Delete Driver".
    Go to Programm and Features, uninstall all Software for WLNA+BT.
    Shut down
    Remove new card
    Put old Card again in System
    Boot.
    Remove all Drivers as above for the old Wlan+BT.
    Shut Down.
    Remove old WLAN and put new in.
    Now, it will Best to Reset your BIOS.
    In my Laptop, I remove Batterie, Back-up Cell, memory modules and wait some time (like 5 minutes) before putt all back again.
    Some Laptops it will reset BIOS by pressing power button for 1 minute.
    When you boot again, do not install any Drivers, see if Windows will install automatically Drivers . You may want to force Windows to search on-line for the Drivers.
    If Windows does not find Drivers for your Card, then try to install Drivers for 8.1.
    If it still does not work, you are out of luck and probably Best option is to go to W10-1511.
    Seems that with W10-1607 (AU), a lot of people are having a lot of problems with Drivers, specially Wi-Fi.
    thanks for your fast response. I already try your method but the old wireless driver is persistent and I can't remove it at all. Do you know how to remove it ?
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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