There are lots of reasons your system could be blue-screening. You should be able to boot into safemode and disable whatever device driver is causing a problem.
Keep in mind that it could also be a hardware-related problem too.
This forum is for discussing Intel vPro Manageability however, so you may get better answers elsewhere.
I recommend the Intel Wireless Group forum for discussing issues related to Intel wireless adapters.
"Blue Screens" are often related to drivers and hardware. Our Online Crash Analysis (OCA) page will briefly explain the matter and
some common Microsoft* messages. Please try the following link to see if you need to update your driver. You can manually download the generic Intel driver if, for some reason, your adapter is not detected in the link from the first sentence. I also suggest using the Intel(R) PROSet/Wireless Wi-Fi Connection Utility if you are not doing so already.
PS: I apologize for the formatting problems in this message. I am unable to fix them.
Please state your motherboard model number and it would be more helpful if you could state the exact configurations of your system along with the model numbers. Waiting for your response.
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