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Need Help with Blue Screen DMP Analysis

Posted on 2010-08-24
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Last Modified: 2013-12-12
I have a bunch of Dell Latitude E6510 laptops with a Windows 7 Enterprise x64 build that are generating a lot of BSOD's.  The bug check analysis of the dmp files is attached.  I'm not sure exactly how to read this.  I thought it said that network card driver was the cause, but I've replaced that with an older version (since I already have the newest version installed) and still get the same error.  But, maybe I'm reading this bugcheck wrong.

Can someone explain it in plain english? :)

Question by:bloodg11
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Expert Comment

ID: 33516241
You could have bad drivers, this person had similar issues

try update and patching as recommended above

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Expert Comment

ID: 33516360
Let intel find the correct driver for you since we have no info on your network adapter: http://www.intel.com/support/detect.htm?iid=dc_spotlight_home1 
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by:*** Hopeleonie ***
ID: 33519959
Points to Intel network card device driver as che6ausc mentioned.

1) make a scan with http://driveragent.com/scan_b.php?fn=plugin
2) after this a “DriverAgent Scan Results” will display
3) Copy the “DriverAgent Scan Results” link (URL) and post it here
4) after i will post the driver link!

Author Comment

ID: 33626556
Sorry for the long delay in responding.  In spite of the error message being generated by the blue screen, this issue appears to have been caused by the Sunbelt Software Firewall NDIS IM Filter driver on the machine.  After following some of your suggestions, the problem still existed.  However, I stumbled upon some other people having a similar issue who said that the McAfee firewall turned out to be the issue for them.  That gave me the idea to disable the Sunbelt filter driver from the connection properties tab of my network card.  Once I did that, no more blue screens. :)

Thanks again to all who responded.

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ID: 33940315
I would recommend you select your own answer as the solution, this might help someone else in the future

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