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Windows 7: BSOD Windows 7 / Dumps included

28 Nov 2009   #1
TannerCampbell

Windows 7
 
 
BSOD Windows 7 / Dumps included

Attached are 3 separate dump files that have been created on my system in the last 2 days.

A little history: I installed Windows 7 on Thursday. I installed a NVIDIA GeForce GT220 1GB Graphics card on Friday. The BSOD had happened before the install of the new graphics card though. I think I've drawn a connection between Windows Media Center and the crashes, but that could just be coincidence. I did get a short 3 second look at the BSOD as it was dumping and noted something like "IRQ not less than or equal to" that's not word for word but I remember seing IRQ and "not less than or equal to" . Don't know if that helps.

Like I said the dump files are attached and I would appreciate any help this forum could provide, thank you!

Tanner Campbell


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28 Nov 2009   #2
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

1 Probably caused by : netr61.sys ( netr61+bb54 )
2 Probably caused by : netr61.sys ( netr61+bb54 )
3 Probably caused by : netr61.sys ( netr61+bb54 )

netr61.sys is most likely associated with your Linksys Wireless networking drivers.
Please visit the Linksys website and download the latest Windows 7 drivers for your wireless device (if Windows 7 drivers aren't available, please post back with the exact model and revision number of your device).
Then uninstall the current software through Control Panel...Programs...Uninstall a program.
Then install the freshly downloaded software and test to see if the BSOD's continue.

PS: You can set your Symbol files by using Step E at this link: WinDbg Analysis Report
Code:
E. In the window that opens, insert the exact text on the next line in the Symbol File Path box. This is a critical step, and if done incorrectly you'll end up with symbol errors: SRV*c:\symbols*http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols The easiest thing to do is copy the above bolded text and then paste it into the box. Once that is done, click on OKto exit the dialog. Next, click on File menu and then select the Save Workspace menu option. This will save the symbol path for future use. NOTE: You MUST be connected to the internet in order to use the Symbol server listed above.
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28 Nov 2009   #3
TannerCampbell

Windows 7
 
 
BSOD Windows 7 / Dumps included

Alright, Linksys says to manually install the drivers for Vista, I've done that ... at great lengths. But the BSOD still happens, I had already thought of the most up to date drivers before I posted this thread.

It's a Linksys Wireless Adapter WMP54G Ver. 4.1

Am I stuck in a situation where I need to buy a new adapter?
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28 Nov 2009   #4
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

I would first try using a wired connection to see if you can firmly place the blame on the wireless adapter.
If that is the case, then either remain with the wire or purchase another adapter that is Win7 compatible.

Another thing to try is the following procedure:
- download the Vista version of the driver: http://www.linksysbycisco.com/US/en/...MP54G/download
- uninstall the current version of the driver that's on the system by going to Control Panel...Programs...Uninstall a program.
- check in Device Manager to ensure that the device is uninstalled.

- Right click on the downloaded Vista driver and select "Properties", then select the Compatibility tab.
- Click on the button to "Change settings for all users"
- Then select the box to "Run as Windows Vista" and the box to "Run as administrator"
- Then click on OK to accept the changes.
- Then right click on the installer and select "Run as administrator" and let it install.
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