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Windows 10 Update 1703 BSOD

April 14, 2017

After the most recent Windows 10 update (1703); my very solid and stable workstation started getting blue screens.

Being a windows user for more than twenty years I’ve come to expect the occasional BSOD. Things fail. It just happens.

So while the first BSOD was troubling; I was not immediately alarmed.

After the third BSOD I knew something was wrong.

Running WhoCrashed revealed the root cause to be:

netwtw04.sys

A bit of searching revealed that to be WiFi related.

I fixed my problem by downloading the latest reference drivers from my WiFi networking card manufacturer.

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