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If the signal isn't the problem, you might find that it helps to shut down your PC and your router, unplug them for five minutes, and then start everything up again. Mind you, this might work, but you don't want to have to do it several times a day. So there are a couple of other possibilities to try...
How many other things is your PC trying to do, especially via USB? I know they say you can connect 127 USB devices at once, but many PCs start to 'act confused' if you connect more than four or five USB devices. Try the adapter without any other devices connected and see if it performs better. If you're into multitasking (simultaneously running a printer, MP3 player, wireless adapter, external hard drive, speaker set, number pad and missile launcher), then you may have to compromise.
Your pendrive is infected with Autorun.inf virus
to remove this virus install malwarebytes (It is antimalware
software)and scan your whole computer as well as your pendrive when
you scaning finish remove all threats
There is a solution to this, and you won't have to buy a new card. The folks at HP, however smart in their design of this laptop, have not properly updated the bug fix for the wlan w200 drivers. What you'll need to do is actually take back your network adapter driver all the way back to Version 1.0 revision C. I did this with an n610c that I got for free because it was BSOD'ing every time the wireless was turned on. For the most part the wireless can handle older routers and wlan areas, but will BSOD when within range of a wireless "N" adapter. Simply download the driver version 1.0c and you should have no more issues.
Tip: You can disable the card manually by pressing your "Fn + F2" keys, rather than trying to navigate your menus before getting the BSOD.