I have a laptop that works fine everywhere. But when the user gets home and tries to start it it gets a BSOD. I said start it up and then go home and see what happens. Even though it is already started as soon as get gets home it stops working with a BSOD. When the user gets back in the car and goes out a few miles it reboots fine. I know this is more than a coincidence. This has happened over and over with various combinations. It only hoses up at his house.
The wireless is suspected. I am having him turn if all of on his laptop and the routers to see what happens.
Has anyone ever seen anything like this before where it is the wireless? I am out of ideas.
It is an IBM Thinkpad about 5+ years old. XP Pro., SP3, fully updated, all the latest drivers. Works great everywhere, even in other wireless networks, but just not at his home location. I have not read the BSOD dump for the latest incident but last one was an IRQ error 0xA, nothing that was obvious.\
EDIT: clarify - the BSOD is upon boot up and never gets to the logon for XP. The other BSOD was when it was already booted up an running, desktop showing, etc. and when he got out at his house it went BSOD and then BSOD upon boot up. Few miles from home no BSOD.
EDIT: forgot to say the system was completely restored before all the updates...everything fresh.
EDIT: further research shows it may hose up because of the N band only coming from the router or a neighbors router.