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BSOD - ndis.sys (driver_irql_not_less_or_equal)


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Posted 26 February 2010 - 10:45 AM

Hi
i have this BSOD regularly
i searched for a solution but it looks like there is a different one for each PC
it mostly happens when i am
-looking at HD photos
-playing games
-watching a movie
i did a photo of this
http://su.pr/8VjHEW
below is the system info (it's very long so its on a website)
if solving my problem requires more logs or anything else feel free to tell me
EDIT: sorry but whenever i paste this on a no-paste site Firefox freezes ; pasting this here would be idiotic bcoz it's very long (this .txt file is 1.69 Mb LOL)
here to download
http://www.mediafire.com/?1hyfom2x1md
any help would be appreciated

Edited by amerkiller1995, 26 February 2010 - 11:30 AM.


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Posted 26 February 2010 - 12:51 PM

remove the driver for your nic and install the one of the manufacturers site, then it should work fine.Most of the time it's get fixed hope it will fix your issue too. :thumbsup:

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Posted 26 February 2010 - 12:54 PM

First section (Outdated Drivers) at http://www.vladd44.com/other/irq_error.php.

I would assume that the network drivers are damaged and uninstall/reinstall same.

Louis

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Posted 26 February 2010 - 01:14 PM

remove the driver for your nic and install the one of the manufacturers site, then it should work fine.Most of the time it's get fixed hope it will fix your issue too. :cool:

it will sound weird but
wtf is nic :trumpet:
remove the driver manually or use a driver cleaning tool
on the manufacturers site when i download the driver this thing has also packed some usb things (usb working fine so i don't wanna f*ck something up :flowers: )

First section (Outdated Drivers) at http://www.vladd44.com/other/irq_error.php.

I would assume that the network drivers are damaged and uninstall/reinstall same.

Louis

omg man i saw this page a hundred times and still don't know what to do :inlove:


btw
1 my internet thing log
2 wow this forum is fast (thought i would get a reply after a few days :thumbsup: )

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Posted 26 February 2010 - 01:42 PM

Go Start/Run...type devmgmt.msc and hit Enter.

Click plus sign in front of Network Adapters...right- lick on the detail, click Uninstall, hit Enter.

nVIDIA nForce 6100-400/405/420/430 (MCP61) - LAN Controller, that's the item you want.

Then you have to reinstall the drivers for that sam device, because the old ones are probably damaged and the device is necessary.

How to update a Windows hardware driver - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/how-to-update-a-windows-hardware-driver/. A very thorough explanation of one way to do it. I prefer to simply get the necessary driver first...then uninstall the old...then install the new one, usually by just double-clicking on the downloaded new driver file.

Louis

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Posted 26 February 2010 - 03:56 PM

Go Start/Run...type devmgmt.msc and hit Enter.

Click plus sign in front of Network Adapters...right- lick on the detail, click Uninstall, hit Enter.

nVIDIA nForce 6100-400/405/420/430 (MCP61) - LAN Controller, that's the item you want.

Then you have to reinstall the drivers for that sam device, because the old ones are probably damaged and the device is necessary.

How to update a Windows hardware driver - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/how-to-update-a-windows-hardware-driver/. A very thorough explanation of one way to do it. I prefer to simply get the necessary driver first...then uninstall the old...then install the new one, usually by just double-clicking on the downloaded new driver file.

Louis

i uninstalled this thing a long time ago and when i go to the device manager it isn't there. If you google my driver (the webstar atlanta thing) you will see that now it's some cisco company bleep, i don't know.
after this post i found out that drivers can be downloaded from my internet provider website upc.
thnaks for the reply.
the driver update guide helped bcoz when i unpacked the .zip i saw some strange files. Now i know what to do :thumbsup:
will reply if this works :flowers:

Edited by amerkiller1995, 26 February 2010 - 03:57 PM.


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Posted 26 February 2010 - 03:59 PM

lol
the readme file contains some instructions
one part says

Contents:
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FILES:
1. Sacm1K.inf : 100 & 200 series setup Information file.
2. Sacm2A.inf : 2000 series setup Information file.
3. Sacm2K.inf : 2000 series setup Information file.

4. Sacm3K.inf : 300 series setup Information file.
5. Sacm1K.sys : 100 & 200 series System Driver file.
6. Sacm2A.sys : 2000 series System Driver file.
7. Sacm2K.sys : 2000 series System Driver file.
8. Sacm3.sys : 300 series System Driver file.
9. Sacm1K.cat : 100 & 200 series Catalog file.
10. Sacm2A.cat : 2000 series Catalog file.
11. Sacm2K.cat : 2000 series Catalog file.
12. Sacm3K.cat : 300 series Catalog file.
13. Undpx1K.exe : 100 & 200 series driver Uninstaller for Windows.
14. Undpx2A.exe : 2000 series driver Uninstaller for Windows.
15. Undpx2K.exe : 2000 series driver Uninstaller.
16. Undpr3K.exe : 300 series driver Uninstaller.
17. Undpx1K.sys : 100 & 200 series Uninstaller associated system driver.
18. Undpx2A.sys : 2000 series Uninstaller associated system driver.
19. Undpx2K.sys : 2000 series Uninstaller associated system driver.
20. Undpr3K.sys : 300 series Uninstaller associated system driver.
21. readme.txt : read me text file.

in the driver update i saw that i have to choose an .inf file. which one?

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Posted 26 February 2010 - 05:02 PM

If it's a Scientific Atlanta modem...there is a series/model listed on it.

Match the driver file with the listed model by visually...looking at the modem.

Louis

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Posted 27 February 2010 - 07:07 AM

If it's a Scientific Atlanta modem...there is a series/model listed on it.

Match the driver file with the listed model by visually...looking at the modem.

Louis


i downloaded the driver but in the tutorial it was said that i need to choose an .inf file
there are 2 setup information files i don't know whats the difference between them. (i don't know which one to choose)
pls check these files

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Posted 27 February 2010 - 02:55 PM

If it's a Scientific Atlanta modem...there is a series/model listed on it.

Match the driver file with the listed model by visually...looking at the modem.

Louis


i downloaded the driver but in the tutorial it was said that i need to choose an .inf file
there are 2 setup information files i don't know whats the difference between them. (i don't know which one to choose)
pls check these files


Check the readme.txt.

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Posted 27 February 2010 - 03:01 PM

If it's a Scientific Atlanta modem...there is a series/model listed on it.

Match the driver file with the listed model by visually...looking at the modem.

Louis


i downloaded the driver but in the tutorial it was said that i need to choose an .inf file
there are 2 setup information files i don't know whats the difference between them. (i don't know which one to choose)
pls check these files


Check the readme.txt.

omg man
above i have posted the part of the readme file where it is explained what each file is for.
read the posts b4 you reply

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Posted 27 February 2010 - 03:10 PM

omg man
above i have posted the part of the readme file where it is explained what each file is for.
read the posts b4 you reply



Apply the INF that matches your hardware and device. It says what each file does, and what it pertains to.

Contents:
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FILES:
1. Sacm1K.inf : 100 & 200 series setup Information file.
2. Sacm2A.inf : 2000 series setup Information file.
3. Sacm2K.inf : 2000 series setup Information file.
4. Sacm3K.inf : 300 series setup Information file.
5. Sacm1K.sys : 100 & 200 series System Driver file.
6. Sacm2A.sys : 2000 series System Driver file.
7. Sacm2K.sys : 2000 series System Driver file.
8. Sacm3.sys : 300 series System Driver file.
9. Sacm1K.cat : 100 & 200 series Catalog file.
10. Sacm2A.cat : 2000 series Catalog file.
11. Sacm2K.cat : 2000 series Catalog file.
12. Sacm3K.cat : 300 series Catalog file.
13. Undpx1K.exe : 100 & 200 series driver Uninstaller for Windows.
14. Undpx2A.exe : 2000 series driver Uninstaller for Windows.
15. Undpx2K.exe : 2000 series driver Uninstaller.
16. Undpr3K.exe : 300 series driver Uninstaller.
17. Undpx1K.sys : 100 & 200 series Uninstaller associated system driver.
18. Undpx2A.sys : 2000 series Uninstaller associated system driver.
19. Undpx2K.sys : 2000 series Uninstaller associated system driver.
20. Undpr3K.sys : 300 series Uninstaller associated system driver.
21. readme.txt : read me text file.


The first column is the number of files, the second is the name of the file, and the third is what the file is and for.

Edited by cryptodan, 27 February 2010 - 03:12 PM.


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Posted 27 February 2010 - 05:40 PM

omg man
above i have posted the part of the readme file where it is explained what each file is for.
read the posts b4 you reply



Apply the INF that matches your hardware and device. It says what each file does, and what it pertains to.

Contents:
--------
FILES:
1. Sacm1K.inf : 100 & 200 series setup Information file.
2. Sacm2A.inf : 2000 series setup Information file.
3. Sacm2K.inf : 2000 series setup Information file.
4. Sacm3K.inf : 300 series setup Information file.
5. Sacm1K.sys : 100 & 200 series System Driver file.
6. Sacm2A.sys : 2000 series System Driver file.
7. Sacm2K.sys : 2000 series System Driver file.
8. Sacm3.sys : 300 series System Driver file.
9. Sacm1K.cat : 100 & 200 series Catalog file.
10. Sacm2A.cat : 2000 series Catalog file.
11. Sacm2K.cat : 2000 series Catalog file.
12. Sacm3K.cat : 300 series Catalog file.
13. Undpx1K.exe : 100 & 200 series driver Uninstaller for Windows.
14. Undpx2A.exe : 2000 series driver Uninstaller for Windows.
15. Undpx2K.exe : 2000 series driver Uninstaller.
16. Undpr3K.exe : 300 series driver Uninstaller.
17. Undpx1K.sys : 100 & 200 series Uninstaller associated system driver.
18. Undpx2A.sys : 2000 series Uninstaller associated system driver.
19. Undpx2K.sys : 2000 series Uninstaller associated system driver.
20. Undpr3K.sys : 300 series Uninstaller associated system driver.
21. readme.txt : read me text file.


The first column is the number of files, the second is the name of the file, and the third is what the file is and for.

i have a 2000 series modem
which .inf file should i choose?

2. Sacm2A.inf : 2000 series setup Information file.
or
3. Sacm2K.inf : 2000 series setup Information file.

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Posted 27 February 2010 - 06:34 PM

The 2A file detail, http://74.125.155.132/search?q=cache:afoGn...=clnk&gl=us.

The 2K file detail, http://74.125.155.132/search?q=cache:W7rOZ...=clnk&gl=us

There doesn't appear to be any difference that I can discern, both have same date, both are described as drivers for USB-connected cable modem.

Is your modem connected by USB?

If not, these would not appear to be the correct drivers.

Generally...when there are a series of drivers in one package...I just try them one by one until the device works properly. Nothing bad can happen if the wrong driver is installed...it uninstalls just as easily.

Louis

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Posted 28 February 2010 - 11:10 AM

The 2A file detail, http://74.125.155.132/search?q=cache:afoGn...=clnk&gl=us.

The 2K file detail, http://74.125.155.132/search?q=cache:W7rOZ...=clnk&gl=us

There doesn't appear to be any difference that I can discern, both have same date, both are described as drivers for USB-connected cable modem.

Is your modem connected by USB?

If not, these would not appear to be the correct drivers.

Generally...when there are a series of drivers in one package...I just try them one by one until the device works properly. Nothing bad can happen if the wrong driver is installed...it uninstalls just as easily.

Louis

hmmm.
i will try the 2A bcoz at the bottom it contains DPC2100 (2K has DPX2100) and my model number is EPC2203
dunno if it changes anything but lets see




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