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Since yesterday I had some problems with the BSOD. Yesterday I got BSOD that was caused by nwifi.sys. I checked and thought that the problem was caused by my external wi-fi usb card (TP-LINK WN322G v2). I reinstalled driver, but today I got another BSOD that was caused by halmacpii.dll.

If I unplug my external wifi card (TP LINK) I don't get any BSOD (at least not yet?), so I think that it might be caused by my wifi card. The thing is that this wifi card is needed so my internet can work properly, because without it, I can't get good signal.

My system hardware is:
Win7 Home premium, SP1, 32bit
Intel Core2 Quad CPU Q8300 2.5GHz
4GB Ram (don't know which)
NVidia G Force GT 220

I always keep on:
Windows Firewall
Avira Free Antivirus

Anyway I made a dump file, which can be accessed below. Maybe there are some other problems too, that might caus BSOD.

Please help. If there is any more info needed, just let me know.
Matej
 

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