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Downloads for Intel® 82566 Gigabit Ethernet PHY
There have been many other unsolved threads out there regarding this similar issue. Tuesday, March 8, 5: BIOS updated, did nothing to fix the issue.
Remove From My Forums. I have downgraded and upgraded several different driver versions for the network card to no avail.
Intel dm NDIS drivers?
Wednesday, May 5, 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. First obvious question I would have is, “Is the driver correct?
This bulletin board managed to mangled my message into one run-on sentence. I’ve even shown hidden devices.
The blue screening didn’t go away. Windows 825666dm Hardware Compatibility https: If I disable the adapter, the problem goes away. Ziegler Tuesday, March 8, 7: That may be accurate but that doesn’t explain ndis. I’ve tried running verifier.
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I believe it is related to Windows 7 accessing my Synology Diskstation. It would be caused jdis a corrupted driver; to find the root cause, please upload the dump file and post the link here: W7 82566d doesn’t understand why the CPU is dynamically lowering the clock speed to prevent total disaster, of course so tasks are building up 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.
Windows 7 IT Pro. My setup is Windows 7 32Core 2 Quad Q 2.
Fri Mar 26 I have not hacked or tweaked with the network settings nor do I run any software that tries to optimize or hack network settings. I opened the dmp file with Debugging tools for Windows: I submit every error to Microsoft as Windows’ request, but there is always no solution found.
Ironically my Vista machine has never had this problem. Stack unwind information not available. The best fix I’ve seen yet was to disable the network card and buy another one.
Does anyone have any suggestions here? I posted the file here: Loaded symbol image file: Upon further inspection using Procexp I narrowed down the cpu spike nis ndis.