Not an IT pro? It will actually drag the computer to the point where a video playing will stutter. The time now is Then I disabled IPv6, still the error was there. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https:
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That may be accurate but that doesn’t explain ndis. Did this solve your problem?
Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. I had stumbled across another solution that so far seems to have worked. Then I disabled IPv6, still the error was there.
Is there a less time consuming way to do this? So the question is, why is the CPU spiking? Hmm, must have missed that part, Sorry. Originally Posted by michaelronson As I indicated in my post: I have downgraded and upgraded several different driver versions for the network card to no avail.
There have been many other unsolved threads out there regarding this similar issue. No other network adapters are present. It will actually drag the computer to the point where a video playing will stutter.
Not an IT pro? Refer to the following steps to uninstall the Network Adaptors driver from the Device Manager. My setup is Windows 7 32Core 2 Quad Q 2. The DPC subsystem from what I gather is meant to manage low-level tasks e.
This is the one that came with Windows 10 x We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.
Upon further inspection using Procexp I narrowed down the cpu spike to ndis.
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I have already given the link of that solution in reply to this thread. I had stumbled across a solution, which is for the same network adapter but on Windows 8. I’ve been having this problem off and on since I installed Windows 7 that my CPU is spiking during low network use e. If I disable the adapter, the problem goes away. So I tried this solution, and found out that the error has not gone. While my notebook was idle, there’re somethings consuming it’s RAM about 1 – 1. BIOS updated, did nothing to fix the issue.
The network driver requested that it be reset. It occurred to me that perhaps this was a rootkit but at this point I’ve scanned the system enough times with enough programs that I doubt this is the case. This jdis board managed to mangled my message into one run-on sentence.
The time now is Intermittent network connection might occur due to outdated network driver. If you do have to temporarily disable it to nxis other software, you should re-enable it as soon as you’re done. In reply to AntonyJose’s post on November 29, I went into the event viewer and saw the following event:.
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