BSOD on cpu windows 7 while playing "recorded tv" on xbox
If I go to my TV to which I have an Xbox 360 Slim 250G set up as an extender; it connects ok to my Windows Media Center version 11 on my Windows 7 computer. If I try to play recorded tv from the Xbox; my windows 7 computer which hosts windows media center crashes BSOD with message IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL The crash dmp files mention ntoskrnl.exe, and Realtek 8136/8168/8169 PCI/PCIe Adapters by module rt64win7.sys. Everytime I try and play recorded tv; it is consistent and crashes the computer each time. If I play live tv; it streams fine.
Lets take the report at face value, before extensive testing.
Update your realtek driver from their website
Rt64win7.sys file descriptionProductname:Realtek 8136/8168/8169 PCI/PCIe Adapters Description:Realtek 8136/8168/8169 NDIS 6.20 64-bit Driver Company:Realtek
Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number doofenshmirtz evil incorporated OS Windows 8.1 Pro CPU Intel Core i7-3970X Extreme Edition Motherboard ASRock X79 EXTREME11 Memory 32GB (8x4GB) Corsair DDR3 Dominator Platinum Graphics Card 2x 3GB EVGA GTX 660 Ti Superclocked+ Sound Card Creative Monitor(s) Displays 3 x27" Dell & 2 x 23" Dell Screen Resolution 3 @ 2560x1440 & 2 @ 1920x1080
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Intel X25-M SSD - 160GB Internet Speed 34 Mb/s ADSL2+ (Bonded) Antivirus Windows Defender, Malwarebytes Pro Browser Firefox Other Info WinTV NovaTD
HP CP1515n Color Laser
Sony BD-5300S-0B Blu-ray Writer
Microsoft LifeCam Cinema
APC 750i Smart UPS
THANKS SO MUCH. That fixed my issue. I can play all kinds of "recorded tv" from the xbox now!!! You are a champ! Stange this is; is that I lost internet connectivity a few times since I updated that driver. I decided to unplug my wireless router which stored my isp information and sits in front of my dsl modem. Then I unplugged my dsl modem. Left both off a few minutes; then turned them both on - so now I am back on the internet. I do not know if strange things will begin to happen or not since updating the driver. But at least no more BSOD!!!! Glad to give you some rep!! Best Wishes, Ken