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The latest wireless driver available for Windows 8.1 64 bit is version 220.127.116.11. This is available at:
At this stage, I recommend remove the driver from control panel before you install the new version, it may be a registry corruption.
I was using the 18.104.22.168 and got a BSOD, and I have uninstalled the old driver before installing the 22.214.171.124. Then i still got BSOD. Anyway, I will try again later.
I followed your instructions but still got bsod.
Sorry to hear you still have same problem. I have just installed latest version on fresh operating system installation and it went fine. I did not have any issues with driver 126.96.36.199. This is an isolated case, I would say you need to reinstall the operating system and load latest computer drivers once again.
I believe it will work better if you update your wireless driver incrementally. Please try installing one of the older 17.0.x versions first before you move to the latest one.
I have a question: Are you using the “Wireless Radio Switch Driver” provided by Fujitsu?
Perhaps you can attach the minidump file(s) located at C:\Windows\Minidump if the issue persists. You can use the Advanced Editor option to attach the file at the moment you reply.
I just installed a clean 8.1 in VHD but not got a BSOD. Seems like driver conflict?
Wireless Radio Switch Driver: Yes, i am using that as it is pre-installed.
I have attached my Minidump as well.
I will try update my wireless driver incrementally, thanks.
070914-26500-01.dmp.zip 23.9 K
17.0.5--NOT TESTED, but got BSOD before
Hi, please let me know if there are any things I can do.
The minidump file reveals “page fault in non paged area” caused by ntoskrnl.exe; this is not very helpful information but I have a question: Was your testing always done in the VHD or just recently? I also wonder if there are other virtual drivers that could cause a conflict; it is difficult to determine why it works with some versions and not with others.
The command sfc /scannow from an elevated CMD can be used to repair Windows* files. Use the System File Checker tool to repair missing or corrupted system files
I also wonder if there is a conflict with the “Wireless Radio Switch Driver”; however, I am not sure if it is really needed for your WiFi to operate.
VHD 8.1 was installed to test 17.0.5 if it worked after I got bsod (with installing and installed 17.05) on my native OS.
I have tried sfc /scannow but it showed nothing was wrong.
I believe Wireless Radio Switch Driver is not necessary as i didn't installed that in VHD but I am still able to use wireless
What's the OS you used?
If you only tried 8.1, it might be a problem with 8.1 Update 1
Would you also test that, thanks.
I have Windows* 8.1 but I just verified the KB2919355 is not installed in this system, if that is what you meant.
I may try to install it; however, I am not sure I will be able to fully replicate your issue.
Do you know if your operating system is 32 or 64 bit?
Were those older drivers (v16.5) provided by the system manufacturer?
I am thinking that is probably a conflict with the “Wireless Radio Switch Driver”, did you try uninstalling it first?
I tried disabling the Wireless Radio Switch Driver, but not uninstall. I would try that again, thanks for your advice.
Also the 16.5 is originally provided by the OEM, and Microsoft automatically install that after I deleting the driver.(if i am connected to the Internet), and if not connect to the Internet, the Windows itself would install a driver version of 16.0.0.