First let me say that I have updated all drivers to their latest versions (as far as I can tell), and have no other issues with my wireless connection.
So here's the problem:
Using Intel My Wifi, I attempt to connect my Motorola Droid phone to my computer with ICS enabled. My laptop is connected to a LAN via copper, and I am using My Wifi as a mobile hotspot. I am actually able to connect, get an IP, and transfer data on my phone via wireless. After maybe 10 seconds, I get a BSOD, showing DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL.
EDIT: I should also mention this happens when I use the software Connectify as well (known to be buggy, so I initially thought it might be that).
Here is the output of the crash dump file:
So the obvious offender is NETwNs64.sys, which I'm almost certain is the wireless driver for my laptop (again, Centrino 6200N).
Otherwise, I have no issues - if it helps, my laptop is a Thinkpad T410, but I have found nothing specific to this on the web. This happens 100% of the time. I'm running Windows 7 4bit SP1. Look forward to any ideas, help, or direction on this issue.