Hi, since upgrade to Windows 10 Pro my computer is getting the new BSOD screen every then and now on my Alienware M14x R2. I am getting errors:
After some googling and testing it seems that there is some issue with wireless driver. I do get these errors only when connected to internet via WiFi, once i turn the WiFi off and connect via Ethernet cable i have no BSOD. I do have the Killer Wireless N1202 network adapter.
I have also tried to uninstall Qualcomm Atheros Killer Network Manager with its driver (to install the new version) but i am not able to uninstall the driver as i do get another BSOD error (memory leak).
currently i can not use WiFi connectivity as i do get blue screen in 3-5 minutes right after i turn it on.
Thanks for any help
I installed drivers successfully on the same config so try this :
driver : http://www.killernetworking.com/support/driver-downloads/category/bluetooth-drivers
software : http://www.killernetworking.com/support/driver-downloads/item/killer-suite
Tell me if it's ok now 😉
Hi, thanks for hint.. i have installed new driver for the N1202 from the link you provided and WiFi now works fine (no BSOD), but i can not install the new version of killer suite. i have to uninstall the older version at first and during the uninstall process i get BSOD memory management.
i have tried also that, but once the uninstall process starts, after it reaches some point i do get BSOD with memory management reason... so there is no way how to remove it, but the driver is functional.. after driver upgrade no issues, wifi is working correctly 🙂
Tomijasan, did you ever figure out how to uninstall Atheros Killer Network Manager while avoiding the BSOD? I'm having the same issue and the thread seems to trail off without a resolution.
disable wifi enters (regedit) and search and delete each of the network folders killer
restart the computer and install the new drivers
I hope it helps you