So, I upgraded my Tablet from Windows 7 to Windows 8 the other day. Everything went smoothly until I tried to connect to a wireless network. The wireless wasn't being picked up by my computer. I could still connect via ethernet cable, but as far as my tablet was concerned, it didn't have wireless at all. I tried installing the drivers from the startup disk that came with the tablet, but to no avail. Luckily before upgrading I made a Windows System Image just in case. So then I tried to reinstall Windows 7 to either:
a) Find the (I'm assuming) missing driver and copy it over. Or
Roll with Windows 7 again.
The problem is: When I try to reinstall Windows 7, after it restarts I get this BSOD:
STOP: 0x0000007E (0xC0000420, 0x880F443F, 0x89EC7B64, 0x89EC7690)
ACPI.sys - Address 880F443F base at 880D5000, DateStamp 4ce78f21
I'm installing Windows from a bootable usb, if you need that info.
Any help either solving the BSOD problem or getting my wireless to work would be greatly appreciated