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markdobbo

BSoD error...

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Hi,

 

I am a 'new' DFI owner, with a little problem....

 

If I disable my LAN connection to another computer, I get a BSoD with the following details.....

 

0x0000007E (0xC0000005, 0xF6ADC761, 0xF7A1B698, 0xF7A1B394)

NVNRM.SYS - Address F6ADC761base at F6AD2000, Datestamp 4253b853

 

 

My current LAN driver is: 4.8.2.0 (06/04/2005)

My current PATA driver is: 5.10.2600.479 (07.12.2004)

My current SATA driver is: 5.10.2600.446 (03.06.2004 v.2.6)

 

Thx in advance :nod:

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this sounds like the same BSOD i was getting last night after installing the latest 5.11 nvidia chipset drivers. i uninstalled the 5.10 ones, rebooted, used drivercleaner, rebooted, installed 5.11 and the BSOD kept happening every time the driver installation was installing the ethernet drivers.

 

finally, i just uninstalled all the drivers again, and went back to the 5.10 drivers and i'm fine now. maybe you should try the 5.10's as well...

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Ok, I have already tried things that way, a couple of times.

 

This has only been happening since the 5.11 drivers were installed, so I'll try going to 5.10.

 

Thanks for your advice :nod:

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When you update to the 5.11 drivers

Go into device manager Fine Nvidea Network bus enumerator,Right click on it /select properties/go to driver tad/ select roll back driver. Lan should now work

 

Note to do this you will have had to install 5.11 Over 510.. If you completely uninstalled 5.10 this will not work

This also is not the same thing as the LAN drivers. So updating the Lan drivers will not be the same

 

So if this will not work

Completely uninstall 5.11 reboot install 5.10 then reinstall 5.11 if you want and do proceedure above

 

 

Hope this helps

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Thanks, sorted now :nod:

 

Although, I still got a bsod when I rolled back the driver, but on a reboot it then worked ok, and I can now disable it without getting the bsod :cool:

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