The x64 drivers for RTM Windows 7 reliably causes a DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL blue screen of death in Windows 7. There are many threads about mysterious BSODs on the uTorrent forums, some of which have been traced back to these wifi drivers. The problem does not exist in the x86 drivers.
m running windows 7 64bit on a dell xps 1530. tried everything, including updating uniinstalling and so on. last hope was the latest intel driver 126.96.36.199 but surprise surprise same result.
the only way to avoid the limited connection thing is to install an intel driver offered by dell for my notebook, but this driver comes up with the bluescreen difficulty under heay network traffic ... --> /thread/6030?start=15&tstart=0 http://communities.intel.com/thread/6030?start=15&tstart=0 and the bluescreenthing is solved by the 188.8.131.52 what comes up with the limited connection/dropping connection in my case
does someone have an idea?? by the way tryied serverel routers, every ohter notebook works on everyone wihour problems except mine
it happens either im downoading something, or doing some longer surfing. also if i connect to the nas harddrive. for short everytime if there is some networktraffic which lasts longer as a minute or so.
my system: dell xps m1530 ap is 00 (i think; where is it to find?). windows 7 64 bit agn 4965agn with 184.108.40.206 driver what else is interesting for you?
ok there are a couple of guys having the same problem, did find some other forums and stuff but nobody came up with an constructing idea that worked, except of downgrading to vista, but thats no solution in my opinion. i postet in some other theme related topics --> links : http://communities.intel.com/message/74258# 74258 and http://communities.intel.com/message/75709# 75709
this problem is really getting on my nerves, 10 minutes work for 2 minutes surfing....
there is a page in which some possible solution are offered. didn't work for me by the way but you could give it a try.
Thank you for all of the information you have provided and your persistance in resolving this issue. I want to give you an update on the status for all adapters.
Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N + WiMAX 6250
Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6200
Intel® Centrino® Ultimate-N 6300
Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 1000
Intel® WiFi Link 5100
Intel® WiFi Link 5300
Unfortunately the fix for the Intel® Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN was not implemented and is not planned to be implemented. It is a very complex fix to implement due to the age of the adapter. There are some excellent suggestions in this thread that may help you to reduce the severity of the issue. I've listed a few of them below.
/message/116472# 116472 http://communities.intel.com/message/116472# 116472
/message/113287# 113287 http://communities.intel.com/message/113287# 113287
/message/106847# 106847 http://communities.intel.com/message/106847# 106847
/message/100558# 100558 http://communities.intel.com/message/100558# 100558
Intel Customer Support
This is to let people know that the latest Intel Wireless Driver for Intel® Centrino® Ultimate-N 6300 and Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6200 products version 13.5.0 released on 3/4/2011 has not fixed the issue of blue screens on Windows 7 64 Bit startup.
When I uninstalled the old driver and installed this latest one I got a crash on the next Windows startup related to the Intel Wireless Driver, which is why I assumed this latest one had not fixed the blue screen problem. However, I have not had a crash/blue screen since then, so maybe it the problem was fixed after all.
As long as I know, even with driver 220.127.116.11, Intel® Centrino® Ultimate-N 6300 still have BSOD issue if operate with 802.11N transfer mode
My system is
Dell XPS M1210 with Windows7 X64 SP1
ASUS RT-N16 with tomato firmware
If 6300 operate with 802.11G setting, everything works great
But if it set as an 802.11N adapter and transfer 5 files larger than 100mb with FTP at the same time,
error named "NMI: Parity Check/ Memory Parity Error" would occur.
I've been having the BSOD issue whenever I try to connect my old Getac B300 laptop to either of the two new Sony Xperia V Android phones I had purchased recently. Before these two, I never had any issues with the two Xperia U's or the much older Xperia Rays, and likewise with the Huawei 4G WiFi modem I run at home.
I've read through some posts here and there, and figured that some common sense would be in order. I've seen it suggested somewhere that the Intel Wireless Wifi Link 4965BGN adapter might be having some issues with 802.11n mode, so I wanted to try to disable it and see what happens:
I haven't had any issues so far.