Just so you guys don't feel picked on: I have the identical problems given in this thread using Win XP64 Professional and Intel Ultimate 6300N adaptor with the 0X000000D1 BSOD showing NETwNx64.sys as the culprit.
I used all drivers in the 13.X series and found a 14.X dated 11/9/2010 that still BSODs
I'm having these issues - but only under a specific situation - I am using the Intel Centrino 6200N card, with the latest drivers from Intel (reinstalled fresh today, after uninstalling and rebooting) -
When I attempt to connect my Android phone using My Wifi or Connectify software using my laptop as a wireless access point, and using the LAN connection as the share, I'm getting this BSOD:
Thanks for a reply, and I apologize for the delay - I have had zero luck in getting any help with this issue.
I'm running Windows 7 64bit btw...
1.) Latest drivers, I actually updated again today to 13.5.0
2.) It doesn't really seem to matter, it does it on battery or AC power
The latest drivers did nothing to solve this issue, as soon as I connect my phone via My Wifi, or Connectify, boom - BSOD.
I have this same problem. I have some files that Microsoft generated from the incident today. I have tried twice to paste the system diagnostic report to this reply without success. If you think that they will help, please contact me and I will email them since there is no place for attachments.
I also have a brand new Dell L502X laptop with Centrino Advanced-N 6230 and have been having a lot of BSOD while connecting to Wi Fi.
The BSOD shows DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL and that the bug is related to NETwNs64.sys. Has anyone had any luck solving this issue?
Any ideas or suggestions will be really appreciated.
A whole slew of BSOD here - I'm joining in:
Dell Inspiron Laptop
Intel 4965AGN Wireless Card Driver version 220.127.116.11
BSOD at random times, WiFi connection breaking on occasion.
Can trigger BSOD everytime using Intel Driver Update utility (from husdawg llc, also cannot remove part deinstalled version!)
916bb998 8b4014 mov eax,dword ptr [eax+14h]
1: kd> lmvm NETwLv32
start end module name
9162c000 91c8b000 NETwLv32 (no symbols)
Loaded symbol image file: NETwLv32.sys
Image path: \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\NETwLv32.sys
Image name: NETwLv32.sys
Timestamp: Thu Oct 07 13:11:06 2010 (4CADB8DA)
Translations: 0000.04b0 0000.04e4 0409.04b0 0409.04e4
"Intel, you have a problem!"
Same problem here. Happens regularly with wifi transfer speeds > 500 kb/s (usually when seeing some you tube video or utorrent) on wireless.
I'm on a Dell Studio 1558, details:
|Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility (Chipset INF)|
|Product Detected||Intel® 6, 5, 4, 3, 900 Series Chipsets|
|Current Version Installed||18.104.22.1680|
|Wireless Networking (WiFi)|
|Product Detected||Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6200|
|Current Driver Installed||22.214.171.124|
|This device is unknown or unsupported. Please contact the manufactu|
The details I get from http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html is:
|Dump File||Crash Time||Bug Check String||Bug Check Code||Parameter 1||Parameter 2||Parameter 3||Parameter 4||Caused By Driver||Caused By Address||File Description||Product Name||Company||File Version||Processor||Computer Name||Full Path||Processors Count||Major Version||Minor Version||Dump File Size|
I am using Dell latitude E6510 and seeing exactly same issue.
Strange this is that for many days I didnt have thos issue then had for few days then worked ok, and now just unable to work at all.
I having installed Connectify on my laptop and trying to make wifi hotspot for sharing wired internet with mobile devices.
As soon as I try to connect my phones with wifi hotspot created by connectify , I get blue screen of death.
I have a Service Request opened with Dell on this issue. We all our laptops on hold until we find a fix, but no one seems to collaborate (Aruba, Intel or Dell). I think Intel needs to have their driver revisoned, since their most recent one (126.96.36.199) is still causing the bluescreens. Read below for all the configurations and tests that were tried:
It happened on all the following models of laptops:
- Dell Latitude E6420
- Dell Latitude E6520
- HP ProBook E6560b
And they all have this Wireless Card in common:
- Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205 /or
- Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 AGN (we tried this card after testing intensively with the other one (6205), but with no luck)
We tried all the following versions of drivers:
- Dell version 188.8.131.52 (Most recent from Dell)
- Dell version 14.0.0
- Intel version 184.108.40.206 (Most recent from Intel)
Intel ignored my request because they said this was not a problem big enough because their call center wasn't swamped with calls. From this forum entry, I can see it is affecting many people.
We have found out that it was only happening (bluescreening) when I was connected to an Aruba Networks AP-125 Wireless Access Point. I believe you have different access points, so I'm guessing this problem is wider than just affecting the AP-125s.
This issue was reproduced on the following OS (with all the drivers listed above):
- Windows XP SP3 32-bit (minidump error on NETwNx32.sys) /and
- Windows 7 64-bit (minidump error on NETwNs64.sys).
To my opinion, Dell & Aruba will have to work in collaboration with Intel to fix this issue in the driver.
Can anyone reading this forum entry put some pressure on Intel to have this issue escalated?
Intel is aware of this problem and is actively working to resolve the issue. We will update this thread as new information is available.
its been over a year now and i am having this very issue seems intel is slow with a fix, i am going to use a differnt brand of wireless card for my lappy since this is really costing me money with down time. i just updated my computer and this starts, i have rolled the driver back, but it still keeps giving me Bsod with the bad pool caller dump file and shows this very driver to be the cause. anybody have a decent fix on their own?