(sorry for my bad english but this is not my first language)
I have some problem with my Satellite pro c660 (Windows 7 - 64 bits).
When i want to activate or desactive the wifi (fn+F8).
I see the wifi goes on but after 2 seconds, i've a BSOD..
So i search for drivers for my network card (Realtek RTL8188CE) and it doesnt work..
I search a lot and i found this forum. I find lot of problem of "My fn+(..) doesnt work" and you reply "Try to install VAP". I download this VAP for my computer and just after extract files, i've this message : "Please reboot your computer."
I reboot and it doesnt work again.. So i try to uninstall VAP but i cant found it on the pannel.
(I see now the fn+F9 (to de/activate the touchpad) doesnt work.)
Your message is very confusing…
First of all I don’t think that missing WLan driver would cause an BSOD.
From my point of view you’ve got a lot problems with the system… I’m not quite sure if and reinstallation of VAP would solve all your issues and I doubt that this would solce your BSOD problem.
Therefore I would recommend using the recovery disk in order to set the notebook back to factory settings. If the BSOD would still appear after notebook has been recovered, then I would assume that an hardware issue (probably faulty WLan module) cause this BSOD