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Windows 7: BSOD after network sharing via Virtual Miniport Adapter, 0x0000009f

12 Feb 2014   #11
Ice

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 Sp1
 
 

thanks. so, it is necessary to update drivers for the tp link adapter to work properly. till then, I did what you have suggested, put usb selective suspend on disable. will see how it works.

Although, I have found, with the use of driveridentifier 4.2.7 that one of these drivers should match my case:
Free Driver Download for TP-LINK 150Mbps Wireless Lite N Adapter #4 - LENOVO 20023 (Lenovo/Lenovo G550- SKU:Lenovo)

which to pick? one from the same brand or the newest mach?

I was thinking of this one:
TP-LINK 150Mbps Wireless Lite N Adapter #4 Driver Download for WIN7,WIN8/32bits - LENOVO 20023 (Lenovo/Lenovo G550- SKU:Lenovo)

Suggestions?


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12 Feb 2014   #12
Arc

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Both are the same and same old.

First one says: Version 3.1.3.0, 2010-05-26

Second one says: Version 3.1.3.0, 2010-05-26

So none of them will serve your issue. Because it is that one that you already have. See post #10 .....
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    Timestamp:        Wed May 26 15:51:27 2010
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13 Feb 2014   #13
Ice

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 Sp1
 
 

Ok. Got what you are saying. At first I just had a look on the version and the release date of the update, on the page linked. But after unpacking it, the same old version. I thought I give it a try with this one: TP-LINK 150Mbps Wireless Lite N Adapter #4 Driver Download for VISTA,WIN7,WIN8/32bits - LENOVO 20023 (Lenovo/Lenovo G550- SKU:Lenovo) but after download and pointing the mouse to the file, it says file version 3.2.0.1 It seems that all of the drivers found on that site, it is out of date for me. I have had disabled the USB ports as you mentioned. I'll give it a try in this way. Hope it works till I get a new adapter.

In your opinion, which one suits best my needs in sharing and good receiving?
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13 Feb 2014   #14
Arc

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ice View Post
In your opinion, which one suits best my needs in sharing and good receiving?
Sharing and receiving speed depends on ISP, isn't it?

If you want to choose the brand of an adapter, choose one for which the driver updates will be regularly available. Qualicomm Atheros may be a good choice.
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13 Feb 2014   #15
Ice

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 Sp1
 
 

yeap, it is on ISP.
today at first hosted network, at shutdown no bsod, usb ports disabled. and now, at second try, another bsod...
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14 Feb 2014   #16
Arc

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Though no crash dump is there, but I think the BSODs will continue to occur with such an old network driver.
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25 Feb 2014   #17
Ice

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 Sp1
 
 

sorry. that's may bad. now it seems that I have encountered another problem. i have updated the driver for the adapter, from Ralink, version 3.1.6.0 from 2010.11.15
had no problems till now. I wanted to try if with this new driver gives ne bsod, but now when I want to start the hosted network, I get an error message: The hosted network couldn't be started. A device attached to the system is not functioning. In device manager it shows that everything is working well....so what now?
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25 Feb 2014   #18
Arc

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As far as the BSODs are concerned, I can help you to figure things out. But when it comes networking, I am not the right person to assist you.

You may ask about it in Network & Sharing. If needed, give a reference to this thread.

Post here back for any further BSODs.
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01 Mar 2014   #19
Ice

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 Sp1
 
 

Ok.
For the moment it seems that everything it's ok. I have found out that I have to turn on my in-built adapter also for the hosted network to work. I did so and with the new, above mentioned, driver update I have had no problems. I even put USB selective suspend on enabled mode and it is still everything ok. Hosted network works properly and no BSOD at shutdown. Tested it few times this week, worked ok.

If there is no objection, I would like to leave this thread open for one or two weeks and if everything is working ok, I will then mark it as solved.

Thanks Arc for your help!
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01 Mar 2014   #20
Arc

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No question of any objection.

You must to observe the situation over a reasonable time before attaining at a decision.

Let us know how things are going.
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