I have freshly installed windows 7 on my laptop. I have two WiFi cards inside (Intel Centrino Advanced N-6200 AGN). Originally the laptop had only one, however I had one additional card on shelf and I decided to add it to laptop, as I don't need it laying on the shelf, and most likely would get lost.
After I freshly installed windows 7, and installed all needed drivers, I tried to check is cable connection working properly, as I had problems with it before format. To do so I decided to turn off both WiFi cards. While first card turned off without any problems, when I tried to disable second WiFi card, windows crashed with BSOD. I don't know would the same happen before format as I never disabled both WiFi cards.
The driver seems to be up to date. Is there any way to fix the BSOD when disabling second WiFi, without taking the card out.
Bug error code: 0x1000007e
Caused by driver: ndis.sys
Note: I personally can live with this problem, as I don't disable card so often, however it would be nice to know that there is no problem if I need to do so.