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Downloads for Intel® 82566 Gigabit Ethernet PHY
The blue screening didn’t go away. Monday, May 3, 9: I opened the dmp file with Debugging tools for Windows: Office Office Exchange Server.
Several were brought to the attention of Microsoft to no good solution. I have not hacked or tweaked with the network settings nor do I run any software that tries to optimize or hack network settings. Does it still apply in this case?
Sign in to vote. Remove From My Forums. Resources for IT Professionals. I submit every error to Microsoft as Windows’ request, but there 82566m always no solution found.
Ziegler Tuesday, March 8, 7: First obvious question I would have is, “Is the driver correct? After my machine started blue screening I installed the latest drivers from Intel for my DM-2 adapter. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. If I disable the adapter, the problem goes away. Proposed as answer by Andre.
Downloads for Intel® Gigabit Ethernet PHY
By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https: The program I use to transfer data doesn’t matter obviously considering disabling the network adapter resolves all problems The start address in procexp is “ndis.
This can be resolved by restoring system hive, located C: The driver is a Microsoft driver Version 9.
Friday, March 4, W7 apparently doesn’t understand why the CPU is dynamically lowering the clock speed to prevent total disaster, of course so tasks are building nis in the DPC queue and could quite possibly be arguing over the BIOS interest in keeping the CPU from melting down and W7’s interest in efficiently processing threads.
Office Office Exchange Server. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. Tuesday, May 4,