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Hey Guys, ~Per a moderator's request, I have created a new thread. I had initially commented this post in another thread. ~ I did a bare metal install of Windows 10 on a Dell E7250 (touch). While docked at work, no issues at all. As soon I took the machine home, BSOD after BSOD. Synaptics Touchpad Driver Windows 10 Toshiba. At this point I'm trying to figure out what culprit is. So I ended up looking at the dump files, and it seems that 'bcmwl63a.sys' is the main culprit [Broadcom Wireless 802.11ac -ASA- Dell Wireless 1560 802.11ac].
I'm not all that familiar with deciphering BSOD dumps. I have tried several different driver scenarios. I have tried installing the latest Win 10 driver from DELL (version 7.35.290.0_A01), which made no difference. Reverted back to an older driver (version 7.35. Copy Printer Driver From One Computer To Another Windows 10. 267.0), still had BSOD's. I also tried an SFC scan, and it did return errors that were supposedly unfixable.
Not sure if it is related at all. My fear is this is a definite driver issue that dell and Broadcom have to figure out. I'm in the process of testing out another machine (same model) just in case. But I thought just to post my findings thinking maybe someone can suggest something that I haven't tried, or make an observation that I wasn't able to see. Attached will be the minidump logs collected by dm log collector. I will also upload my cbs.log from the sfc scan, to see if that helps: dm collected logs >>>CBS.log >>>Some other info that may be helpful: • E7250 was setup with UEFI Secure Boot configuration • BSOD only happens when using wireless • Never had these issues on WIN 8.1 (with the same machine).
Please make a backup of your important files and get your rescue media. Please create a restore point. Please follow run driver verifier.