I'm at wits end!
I have been having computer problems for the past week, which led me to purchasing a new computer. Now, after only 3 days the new computer is crashing!
It keeps saying that the cause of the crash is "System Service Exception - Netio Sys". I have done a little searching and I think it has to do with my network card.
Model: Asus M32BF-B03
OS: Windows 8.1
Processer: AMD A10-6700 3.7 GHz
Graphics: Radeon HD Graphics (integrated)
HD: 1 TB
-I have installed all "important" Windows updates.
-I installed a network card driver update yesterday (4/4)
I have only installed a few programs since purchasing...pretty basic stuff:
-AVG Antivirus (Free)
-Steam (installed last night)
-Flight Simulator X (Steam Edition) (installed last night)
-Wolfenstein: The New Order) (installed last night)
-Bioshock Infinite (partial install - computer crashed while downloading today)
-Guitar Pro 6
-Open Office 4.1
-Reaper (recording software)
The crash has happened twice within 10-15 minutes. Like I said above, I was running Steam and downloading a large game at the time (50 GB or so). I have not resumed the download, and I have not had another crash...I suppose it's possible there is some conflict with Steam.
This is rather frustrating. Any ideas?
Edited by Calaban, 05 April 2015 - 03:11 PM.