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steelreign

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Hello,

I feel as if I have a similar problem as the person in this thread:

http://www.geekstogo...ys-problemhelp/

however, I'm using windows 8 and not 7. I also don't have the specified folder to fix the problem in my device manager.

My pc seems to crash when the internet temporarily cuts out, but sometimes at other random times.Attached File  dmp.zip   179.38KB   98 downloads
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Ztruker

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All the same error, bwcW8x64.sys which is a driver for a Killer Bandwidth Control / NIC.

What is the "bwcw8x64.sys" ?

Our database contains 3 different files for filename bwcw8x64.sys . This files most often belongs to product Killer Bandwidth Control. and were most often developed by company Qualcomm Atheros, Inc.. This files most often have description Killer Bandwidth Control Filter Driver. This file contains driver. You can find it in the Drivers section of the System Explorer. - See more at: http://systemexplore...h.vTTg1sRf.dpuf


What is the make and full model number of your computer? Is it one of the MSI Touch screens?

Do you have CA Etrust installed?
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I have a MSI GE40 2OC-009US (dragon eyes). Just bought it last month.

It sounds like it's a driver for my Qualcomm Atheros Killer Network Manager, or maybe the card itself.

No I don't have CA Etrust, just window's defender. I also installed malwarebytes, ran it, then uninstalled it after everything came back clean.

Edited by steelreign, 04 August 2013 - 04:33 PM.

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I'm not sure how to help with this. All I can suggest is to try the latest driver available, contact MSI and Qualcomm, see if they have any help for Windows 8 problems.

See here: Killer Networks E2200 terrible Windows 8 Drivers (both from KN and MSI)
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