I had my computer built at the start of this year and it was completely fine for the first few months. However I started getting BSOD more and more frequently and I noticed it happening when a torrent program was open. I downloaded a new torrent program (uTorrent) but this has not solved anything. Generally, the BSOD occurs just minutes after opening uTorrent, but has lasted for a few hours with no problems occasionally.
The crash report always says the same thing: caused by NETIO.SYS and DRIVER IRQL NOT LESS THAN OR EQUAL.
I have downloaded all of the latest drivers for my network card multiple times (Asus pce-n15 wireless network card), but the problem continues.
I am also currently running the driver verifier as suggested in this thread: https://www.sysnative.com/forums/bs...en-death-netio-sys-when-running-utorrent.html
The computer restarted fine with no BSOD, has been running for over an hour now with uTorrent open and no BSOD. However a few times, it has frozen for a few seconds which has never happened before. (EDIT: As I was typing this, it froze for about 2 seconds about 5 times in quick succession)
Even with the instructions given I could not for the life of me figure out how to get an output from the 'Windows7_vista_jcgriff2' file provided (the command prompt just opens and closes immediately with no further action). I have run a system health report and attempted to save it as a HTML. I have also attached the dump files. Sorry if I messed it up, this is the first time I've had to do this.
Thanks a lot for any suggestions.
OS - Windows 7
Original installed OS - Windows 7
Full retail version
Age of system - around 8 months
Age of OS installation - around 8 months, have not re-installed OS
CPU - Intel Core i5-3570K
Video card - GeForce GTX 660 Ti
Motherboard - Asus P8Z77-V LX
Power supply - Corsair TX650, 650 Watts
System manufacturer - various
Model number - N/A