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BSOD On Cat5 Cable connect

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Vikedal, Nov 12, 2007.

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  1. Vikedal

    Vikedal Thread Starter

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    Code:
    DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_OR_LESS_EQUAL
    
    0x000000D1 (0x00000008, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0xF7662C00)
    
    NDIS.sys -- Address F7662C00 Base at F764D000, Datestamp 41107EC3
    
    Dumping Physical Memory to disk: ###
    
    Whenever i plug a Network cable in while the computer, about 3 seconds later it Blue Screens with this message. However, if i restart the computer with a network cable plugged in, it'll run fine on the network. but if i put it in standby or hibernate with the cable plugged in, it'll blue screen. If i unplug the cable and hibernate or standby, it'll shutdown and startup fine, but when i plug the network cable back in, bam. Any ideas?
     
  2. endfro

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    Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling drivers for your NIC? While the cable is unplugged that is.
     
  3. Vikedal

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    I haven't tried that, but i'll try that next.
     
  4. Vikedal

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    Reinstalled the drivers, and got the same error. Still BSOD's when i plug in a Cat5 Cable *AFTER* a standy or hibernation. it works fine after a reboot.
     
  5. Rich-M

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    Sounds like you need to replace the nic card or add a pci ethernet card.
     
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