BSOD Restart 3-5 times a day

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Hey guys, I'm getting a bsod several times a day, here is a picture of it:

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I don't know what this means, is it something with my hardware? Please help.
 
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Hey, thanks for the help, but I'm not finished yet, I found the issue but I don't know how to fix it, it says its my wireless adapter, strangely enough - I have. I have tried updating drivers, but they are newest. I dont know how to fix it!

Screenshot of it is here:
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help please!
 

PistolPaul

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OK, so that people visiting this thread can help you - could you ...

describe your system? Are you on a laptop or a desktop -

what parts are in it ...

and give a run down how you got to this point - is this an old / new system? Has it been ok till now? Did you do any changes / upgrades that might have triggered the problem?

Thanks
 

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Just a quick addon - as I am a cheapskate on Win 7 and dont know which version of windows you are on - here is something that may help you ...

https://www.solvusoft.com/en/files/bsod-blue-screen-error/sys/windows/microsoft/windows-8-consumer-preview-iso-images/netwns64-sys/

At the bottom of the section is a "HOW TO FIX" with some troubleshooting steps that may help you.

 
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Heres another screenshot with the 2 error files:
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Other than that my specs are:
CASE: Phanteks Eclipse P300
MOBO: Asus Prime A320M-A
RAM: 2x4GB Ram DDR4 2933MHZ
CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Vega Graphics
GPU: iGPU with Vega Graphics
PSU: Thermaltake Litepower 450W
HDD: 1TB Storage No SSD.

All seems to be healthy and fine! Everything was perfect until I had to move my pc desktop upstairs because now the internet room is for workspace now and I have to leave the internet modem and router downstairs because that is the only room to fit my modem and router.

Now I'm using a Wireless Adapter and thats when it started! I found the issue, but don't know how to fix it.

This is my Wireless WIFI Adapter:
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Description of your Wifi card says "supports Intel CPU, does not support AMD CPU".

Although, in theory, any wifi card should work with any CPU, this might be a clear indicator of badly designed card or improper driver support.

I'd first take this card out of the system and see if everything works fine without it. If it does, replace this card with a proper brand-name WiFi card.
 

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ok - so you've narrowed it down to a bit of kit youve installed. It fits with the time frame involved and it ties in with the .sys file causing the BSODs. So, I guess first an uninstall hardware / drivers etc first.

Perhaps run your system with it all out for a bit, confirm your BSOD has gone away. Then reinstall from scratch. Q - did you use the CD's driver to install or did windows find the driver for you? Whichever way around you did it, you might want to try the opposite for the reinstall and try again.

Paul

EDIT - Do you have a choice of more than one PCI slot? An alternative might helo?
 
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Yes! It was indeed a driver error It had an AMD CPU, asked brother to put in his trusted wifi brand card, surely enough it worked because it supported both CPUs. I checked the drivers and it worked!

Thanks for the guy with the solution and the first replier, blue screen viwer worked!

 

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Good catch - odd that a wifi could be so discriminate - but still - well spotted!
 

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