Specs: Motherboard: FOXCONN 2A92 Processor: AMD Phenom II X4 965 RAM: 6 GB OS: Windows 7 SP 1 When I started my computer this morning, I got an immediate BSOD after logging into my account. Trial and error eventually narrowed the cause down to establishing a network connection, which was done automatically on that account. I have tried restore points, startup repair, uninstalling and reinstalling my network card, updating my network card's drivers, disabling my network card, doing registry cleanup, and likely other things I've forgotten after hours of working on it. None of them have had any noticeable effect beyond possibly slightly delaying the time before a BSOD happens. Startup diagnostics and Windows' memory test found no hardware issues So far, the only useful things I've been able to figure out are that I CAN connect to the internet in safe mode with a BSOD, and that for some reason, my computer will not generate a minidump even after following the steps to produce them from several websites. (including this one) Also, I can connect to an ad-hoc network of only me without issue, but the network is invisible to other computers. Connecting to an ad-hoc set up by another computer causes a BSOD. Reports from the three utilities mentioned in the sticky are attached. Any help is massively appreciated.