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    Kraków my love :)

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When you reinstalled Windows, was it clean install, or over the top?
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it was a clean recovery installation. but the bluescreens happened before this action aswell.
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Try to reinstall your network adapter driver.
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this is oversimplifying it but...each and every application you run grabs some resources (like some ram)and like a child says "this is mine"... and will not share...same with all the hardware attached..as you increase the workload windows has to move things out of ram to the hard drive to the swap file then get what it needs and move it into the ram so your processor can use it...now get quite a few intensive things going on at the same time and you can bring the system to its knees...thru generated heat or just plain overloading the system...
if you really need to do a lot of multitasking get a new system with a highend CPU like a i920 or better...6Gigs or more of ram and a few Western Digital VelociRaptor HD drives or SSD drives and then run wild
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seems like the simple replacement of the networkdrivers worked out. no bsod so far. thank you :)
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