Please make sure you are using the latest driver version 15.6 from the link below. If the issue persists please escalate the issue with the computer manufacturer.
Ensure that in the advanced properties of the Intel driver (Device Manager area) that your wireless card is set to AUTO for channel frequency, and not specifically 20Mhz, just incase your 802.11n Router at home is set to 40MHz channel. It could be this type of problem causing you issues. If you do have the ability to change your router settings set it to Auto aswell
Same problem with a Samsung np530u3c. Samsung says to use an older driver than intel says to and I still have the problem. I'll try the latest intel driver, against the suggestion of the laptop manufacturer and see if it helps. Sadly, it usually comes back with network, but one in five times or so, no wireless network adapters appear on coming out of sleep or up after a dead battery. "Sometimes" problems are so much harder to troubleshoot.
It is very unlikely that several units will present a Blue Screen of Death; I would like to suggest a clean (not backup image) Windows* and driver installation.
It is also possible the issue is hardware related. Have you tried other troubleshooting steps besides the driver with the system manufacturer? Have they checked/replaced the adapter or the whole unit?