I've had my Asus UL80J laptop (Windows 7) since August 2010 and I don't know why or how to explain it, but I tend to get the BSOD whenever I'm away from the house using WIFI. So for example, when I'm at home I have it on my desk plugged in with an ethernet cable and I've almost never had any problems. However, when I take my laptop to class and use WIFI I get all sorts of issues. Just today, I got two blue screens and then the third time it just flat out froze!!! Usually the error listed on the blue screen is "system service exception", but there have been others as well. These are some other problems I've been having:
1.) Sometimes my WIFI totally shuts off, and the only way to fix it is to run the Windows trouble shooter to "Turn on wireless accessibility." Usually this works but other times I need to do a total restart.
2.) When I start my computer up sometimes it takes like 10-15 minutes for the Internet to start working after I log on to my account. For example, I'll click on the FireFox icon on my desktop but it doesn't start, and while Internet Explorer does open up, its just a blank screen and the page doesn't load.
3.) I've also noticed often times that the fan/hard drive from inside the laptop seems to working pretty hard from the noise that it gives off.
Does anyone have any any idea what the problem might be or how I should go about trying to get this fixed?
[Edited 2013-03-27 18:39:39]