I am just reporting that not so long ago I experienced a very first BSOD (after less than two weeks since I bought it) with my Dell Mini 9 (when I was really stressing it with TCP/IP activity, meaning that I was just buffering some video on YouTube, downloading files with Soulseek p2p app etc.), in particular, it was a BSOD with Stop error code "DRIVER_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL" (IIRC it said this), while the driver that was displayed was "tcpip.sys" (a MS's "TCP/IP Protocol Driver")
This sucks since now I will be non-stop afraid that it'll occur again in such situations (and therefore I will also need to leave "Write caching" option disabled, as I have it for the first few weeks; btw. I disabled it mainly because I attempted to completely empty the batteries for the first 3 or 4 times, as it was recommended to me, and I didn't want that computer shut-down would occur during the active use of the netbook etc.)
And so I am wondering: is this a common type of BSOD in Dell Mini 9's and 3G mobile internet connection's cases??