Hi, I recently upgraded to FTTC and went from 17Mbps to 80Mbps, but I was only getting 45Mbps, I think its my old Smoothwall that is restricting the speed, but to check I thought I would connect the PC directly to the new BT modem bypassing the Smoothwall. got it set up through PPPoE and went online to run a speedtest. From my Network Monitor Gadget it looked like I was right and I was now getting good speed. But before the download speedtest had finished I got BSOD Kernel Mode Trap (Netio.sys). did a bit of Googling and someone said its usually Malware, so did all the malware scans, nothing. Did more Googling and found it could be a failing HDD, tested HDD's with SeaTools and One of my drives was indeed faulty. Replaced the drive with a new SSD and thought thats would be it sorted. reconnected the modem and did the speedtest. BSOD again.
When running through the router I get no issues, its only when I try to run directly connected to the modem I get the BSOD.
OS - Windows 8.1 Pro x64
What was original installed OS on system? Win 7
Originaly was an upgrade install, but I have since done a full clean install of 8.1 from scratch.
Hardware is 3 years old
The last clean install was 4 weeks ago
i7-2700K, KFA GTX 780Ti, Asus P8 Z68-V/Gen3, OCZ ZX Series 1250W, Self Built.
I have attached the SysnativeFileCollectionApp.zip but I couldn't run the PERFMON command
I get An Error Occured while attempting to generate the report.
The operator or administrator has refused the request.
Any help would be appreciated.