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BSOD installing Wireless Driver under Windows 2000


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23 hours ago, WinFX said:

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I'm get this BSOD to install my Wireless on Windows 2000, any ideas?

What is device id? And what is the extended kernel that you use ?

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1 hour ago, HelpJP said:

What is device id? And what is the extended kernel that you use ?

Windows 2000 Vanilla SP4 with UR1, no extended kernel, no extended core.

Installing some of these, fixes this problem?

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19 hours ago, WinFX said:

Windows 2000 Vanilla SP4 with UR1, no extended kernel, no extended core.

Installing some of these, fixes this problem?

No, not necessarily. But maybe the driver you have is not compatible with Windows 2000. Look for another driver that works with the device. It has the same ID and is compatible with Windows 2000. The drivers that you installed must be deleted through "Add-Remove Programs." If not completely deleted, enter the "Add-Remove Hardware" you find in the hidden devices. Before turning on the computer, eject the device from it.

Search for another driver using this program: https://www.driveridentifier.com
Do your search for a driver from the year 2010/2011. It is not necessary for the driver to be the same name as the device company that you own, it is important that it has the same ID .

After installing the new driver, a small problem might occur. Namely, the wireless app does not have your hardware ID. So it should be added to HWID.ini

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I already solved the problem by installing the extended core and a slightly older version from 2014, I consider the problem solved.

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