The RNDISMP.SYS file seems to be a default Microsoft driver ( http://www.dynamiclink.nl/htmfiles/rframes...s/info_r/37.htm
The file is located in this directory: C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers and also in the dllcache. As such, you can most easily check it's validity by running SFC.EXE /SCANNOW at the Run dialog ( http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/43051/how-to-use-sfcexe-to-repair-system-files/
) because it is one of the protected system files. Attempts to remove it may not be successful just because it is a protected system file.
I must stress that the listing of this file in the minidump files does not mean that it is at fault - it means that the fault occurred in it, but the fault can (and usually is) caused by another program accessing it in the wrong way, thereby causing the error. If it is damaged, the SFC.EXE will replace it with a copy from the dllcache.
The easiest way to "get around it" is to disable the miniports in your Device Manager (they'll be listed under Network Adapters). Don't disable the primary adapter and you may be able to get along without them.
The most obvious solution here is a complete removal and reinstallation of the BellSouth software. Should that not work, then I'd try to completely remove the network adapter drivers and reinstall the latest version of them.
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