If you're getting a BSOD (blue screen of death), that implies a much more serious problem that may lie with the
network driver on the laptop. It would be helpful to know what the BSOD error is. BSODs are so rare these days that when they do happen it indicates a severe issue. See if there is an update available for the network driver (and maybe for any other drivers as well). That may resolve your problem.
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