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Stack unwind information not available. Tuesday, March 8, 3: Sign in to vote. My sense although I don’t know Windows internals well is that there is a memory leak or bad code somewhere in W7; probably a network library, or, the driver for my specific chipset has never been developed properly- this wouldn’t surprise me considering the driver was written in May of , probably hastily. Following frames may be wrong.

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Windows 7 Networking https: Tuesday, March 8, 2: I opened the dmp file with Debugging tools for Windows: By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use.

My setup is Windows 7 32Core 2 Quad Q 2. It will actually drag the computer to the point where a video playing will stutter.

Consuming 20+% of CPU, going nuts trying to resolve this problem.

The DPC subsystem from what I gather is meant to manage low-level tasks e. This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. I’ve tried running verifier. Stack unwind information not available.

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So the question is, why is the CPU spiking? This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. Does anyone have any suggestions here?

I’ve been having this problem off and on since I installed Windows 7 that my CPU is spiking during low network use e. That 82566dn be accurate but that doesn’t explain ndis.

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Tuesday, May 4, Resources for IT Professionals. Tuesday, March 8, 8: Additionally when I try to browse to c: I feel this is a bad choice to ignore the “software network component and simply move on.

This bulletin board managed to mangled my message into one run-on sentence. Ziegler Tuesday, March 8, 7: No other network adapters are present.

Once PC boots properly, update wireless card driver.

I have downgraded and upgraded several different driver versions for the network card to no avail. Thanks for your help.

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Well, it’s the driver that Windows 7 went out, found, and installed, so I presume it is. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. If I disable the adapter, the problem goes away.

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Upon further inspection using Procexp I narrowed down the cpu spike to ndis. This can be resolved by restoring system hive, located C: My sense although I don’t know Windows internals well is that there is a memory leak or bad code somewhere in W7; probably a network library, or, the driver for my specific chipset has never been developed properly- this wouldn’t surprise me considering the driver was written in May ofprobably hastily.

The best fix I’ve seen yet was to disable the network card and buy another one. Windows 7 IT Pro.