The Piecemeal Man (abmann) wrote,
The Piecemeal Man

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Well... it seems the error either vanished or work was causing it. I honestly think something with work's wireless connection was the problem since I both narrowed the error own to my IRQ 10 and 11 interrupts and figured out the only active item on those ports at the time was my wireless card. Given that I'm online with my laptop at home without issues, it is work's fault.

I'm updating my drivers as I write. Hopefully I'll never ever ever see a scary BSOD again.
Thank God for Google and what technical skill I have.
And then I secured our wireless network.
Fox: I got your laptop set up with the right key already. You should be good to connect. Just don't accidentally delete the key that pops up when you try to connect.
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