Question about Toshiba Satellite M30 Notebook
I had a similar problem and it seemed to be related to the built in w fi. If I turned on without wifi switched on the pc would boot ok. turn on wifi - instant BSOD. I downloaded the latest drivers from Broadcom and reinstalled the adapter. Using Device manager you must remove the hidden uniport drivers etc or otherwise you will think the system has updated when in in fact it has not.
I was always able to use a USB stick wifi adapter and so.......
I think the problem is that the wifi input stage is being overloaded by some unwanted signals and shuts down to protect the system. The two diversity antennae around the screen are much more efficent/sensitive than that of a USB stick.
Good luck but I hope you have solved this by now----Christmas Eve 2010
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
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