Question (help) netr28ux.sys bsod

Feb 23, 2019
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I been getting a bunch of BSODs lately and I ran driver verifier and it came up with

netr28ux.sys
ntoskrnl.exe
Wdf01000.sys

I don't know what to do from now on, I searched the web and it's telling me to update drivers for a MediaTek wireless thing and I don't see it anywhere on my Device Manager. If someone could tell me what to do from here, or how to fix this, it would help a lot.

Specs:
i5 8600k [not oc]
gtx 1060 6gb [not oc]
8x2gb ram
z370p d3 mobo
corsair tx750m psu
1tb wd hd
 

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Titan
Moderator
Are you on the latest BIOS updates for your motherboard? Which version of Windows 10 are you on? I'm assuming you're on Windows 10, mind you. You should also include a link to your wireless adapter if you don't know the make and model of the adapter(off the bat).
 

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