Do you mean you've tried the stick in a different system and it was ok? If so, what os was it running?
Sorry, for being confusing. I have two I7 920s at home amongst other things. One is my workstation with the famous Gigabyte mobo and the other has an Asus Rampage II. They are almost identical except the case on the other one is antec 1200 mine is 902, RAMS on the other are 1600 trident cl6 from g-skill,mine are 1333 CL7 G-SKILL, I got CFX 4890s the other CFX 5870s and the same wireless N usb Netgear stick. So, I got two USB draft N sticks. On mine, the BSOD was caused by the netgear driver as seen in the dump. The other system has no issues like this. I even swapped the rams and used the cl6 ones in my system and the BSOD was still there. So bottom line, identical Atheros drivers on the two computers, mine was giving bsod and the other was working fine. I downloaded a netgear update and for the moment things seem to be working fine.
I am also an idiot because in the action center it said that an USB device has given a BSOD but I was the IT GURU and spent 10 mins going thru the dump . I amaze myself sometimes ... I wonder how I don't get lost in my house