Hello, I'm getting BSODs every time I connect to the internet now. I noticed some random BSODs occurring maybe a few weeks ago. I ran scans and nothing came up so I didn't think much about them. They didn't occur that often. Ever since about two days ago, every time I started Windows normally and logged in, my computer BSODed. When I start in Safe Mode, nothing bad happens, but Safe Mode with Networking causes a BSOD. A friend of mine suggested rolling back the driver for my Ethernet card or updating it. I checked and I had the most recent version. I rolled it back, but the BSODs still occur. I switched out my Ethernet card with this other one I have, still BSODing. Even when I use a LAN cable it BSODs. I googled a bit on this subject and I've tried suggestions like uninstalling my AVG and I have yet to install Microsoft Security Essentials to replace it. One thing I noticed was that the BSODs are occurring after I installed a torrent for Replay Media Catcher 4.3.2. It had me edit the hosts file for Windows 7 in Notepad. I have since changed the file back, but it's still BSODing. MalwareBytes scans come up clean, so I don't think anything else is wrong. Do I need to uninstall Replay Media Catcher? Perhaps a System Restore may fix things. I will include my Minidump in a .zip file. Thanks in advance.View attachment Minidump.zip EDIT: I just found this post. I have Replay Media Catcher by Applian and VirtualBox. I will temporarily take out my Ethernet card and disable one when I'm not using it. https://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/10029 If this solves my problem, I'll update you guys. EDIT 2: Uninstalling Replay Media Catcher fixed it. I think the NDIS 5 driver installed with Replay Media Catcher was causing problems. NDIS 6.20 is the version for Windows 7. Just disabling VirtualBox did not help. I'm not sure why NDIS 5 is required for Replay Media Catcher or if it even is required.