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 Hello.

I have a Dell Inspiron 5735 running Windows 10. I continuously have problems with BSOD with the Network Adapter 1407 802.11b/g/n)  enabled. If I disable it and use my Netgear USB wireless adapter, I don't get the crashes. I recently had problems getting Windows updates and worked with Microsoft to get that fixed. I thought that since that problem was fixed, I would check for updates to Dell drivers and other things. Dell's site said everything was up to date, so I enabled the Dell Network Adapter again. It's a no go. The computer crashes within 15 minutes without doing anything other than being on or doing a Google search. The errors I get are: MEMORY MANAGEMENT and  SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION BCMWL63S.SYS . I really need this wireless adapter for my desktop and don't like switching it back and forth between them. Is there a fix for this or am I stuck with buying another adapter.
 
Thanks, in advance, for any help.
Sharon
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  • Shar12,

    Install the chipset drivers, reboot and install the network adapter drivers back into the system.


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