The Watchdog violation issue is related to driver and compatibility issues within Windows. If you're using a USB Wi-Fi dongle, and are running a Telstra router, then this article may help resolve your issue. There is a setting in the Telstra Wi-Fi router called 'Protected Management Frames (PMF)', this setting will need to be disabled to resolve this issue.
How To Log Into Your Telstra Wi-Fi Router
- To log into your router, simply connect your PC to your router via an Ethernet cable and access a web browser (Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge etc) then enter one of the following addresses into the URL search:
If you have a Telstra Smart Modem (NBN) then the address to access is:
http://10.0.0.138 or http://telstra.gateway
If you have a Telstra Cable or ADSL Modem, then the address to access is:
http://192.168.0.1 or http://telstra.gateway
- Then access the Advanced menu within the router and select Wi-Fi.
- Scroll down to Protected Management Frames or PMF.
- Set to disabled and press the save settings option.
Click here to see the Modem Wi-Fi PMF Settings from Telstra