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Ndis.sys Causing DPC Latency (out Of Nowhere)
It's a bit scary for me, but I don't mind trying if someone can give me a walk-through. It will help some people. Very similiar and freaky. Helped with the latency numbers. have a peek at this web-site
Activity Stream New Articles Mark Forums Read Driver Reference Table Common BSOD Related Drivers Donate Close menu Log in Register Forum Microsoft Support & Malware Removal Windows 7 | Windows Vista I'll give Chrome a try. __________________________________________________ ______ EDIT Trying it now. Dan..! For both of our sanities. I forgot, try Dan's script to turn off wifi first. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/727879cc-ef24-4b75-8fdb-003866be76c6/ndissys-causing-dpc-latency-out-of-nowhere?forum=win10itprohardware
Ndis.sys Dpc Latency Fix Windows 10
Just be careful because it shows everything including stuff you need. And to make things even worse, the older drivers sometimes stick around, lurking in their folders, even though they are supposed to kindly exit themselves when a new driver is installed. also, I performed a full factory default restore on the machine including service pack and all updates.
I can't make a connection..! I also use ATI and don't install the Catalyst Control Center CCC. The output suggests that the Windows 8 kernel performs badly and introduces a constant latency of one millisecond, which is not the case in practice. Tcpip.sys Latency Did you take a look at the Net Start.jpg I posted..?
DereZGaming 707,329 views 3:54 Windows 10 Fix Lag And Faster Performance - Duration: 2:11. Ndis.sys Latency Windows 10 I have even gone into the advanced power options and switched to "optimize for performance over appearance" with the same results, however, if it helps, I will switch them back, and Yup, all thanks to the scum at nVidia your pricey laptop isn't worth beans for doing real pro audio. kasfig, Mar 14, 2017, in forum: Dell Latitude, Vostro, and Precision Replies: 0 Views: 137 kasfig Mar 14, 2017 Dell Latitude e5480/e5570/e5580 with eGPU?
Loading... Tcpip.sys Latency Windows 10 Also one or more ISR routines belonging to a driver running in your system appear to be executing for too long. See the attached pic - Startup.jpg. I have a Laptop that I use for "on site" recordings and I disable the wi-fi when I record.
Ndis.sys Latency Windows 10
Andywanders01-23-2013, 10:27 PMBTW The error I got when I tried to make a new connection was... "Error 711 - Remote Access Connection Manager Service" If that helps. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/audio-stutter-judder-delays-dpc-latency-issues-1087530.html I tried to find a way of removing the ATA drives from the display, but no luck. Ndis.sys Dpc Latency Fix Windows 10 LatencyMon has been analyzing your system for 0:04:18 (h:mm:ss) on all processors. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SYSTEM INFORMATION _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Computer name: Ndis.sys High Dpc Latency Feb 7, 2009 My Creative Inspire 4.1 makes cracking sound Jan 5, 2011 Moving mouse causes lag and static noise Mar 15, 2015 Sound crackle, game lag Sep 15, 2014 Sound
I have a shop 200 feet away, and I connect my shop computer to my house wireless with this type of setup. I always get wary when someone appears out of nowhere and only posts 1 sentence consistently.....lol Andywanders01-17-2013, 12:04 AMSo I wasn't really helping anyone at all then... I just installed it the other day. Any way I can remedy this?Click to expand... Storport.sys Latency Windows 10
I downloaded the Windows Assessment and Development Kit by following the Wiki. I hope this works for everyone else.Click to expand... But it's the longest one I could find. http://openobjects.org/windows-10/ndis-sys-windows-10-stuttering.html It has to be an ethernet cable.
Check out my Device Manager: Inspite of doing this, my DPC Latency Checker often looks like this: How can they market this substandard notebook as a high-performance product? Ndis.sys Update Maybe someone else will find this useful in the future. david714, Dec 3, 2009 #125 slander Notebook Guru Reputations: 0 Messages: 62 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 15 Except that the problem is not with one but multiple drivers!
Check for BIOS updates.
Instead of showing a spike (which can cause drop-outs, etc.), all this really says is that the networking subsystem was somewhat busy over that time period - which could actually be Now I'll try disabling the TP-Link Wireless in Device Manager (sorry, I don't know what CMOS is). I've just disabled all display audio, including the Intel one. Ndis.sys Driver The new card isn't causing BSOD, but I still have one of the first cards left as the manufacturer sent me 2, so if you think it's worth the trouble of
Now it makes sense. My Specs for my PC are Sabertooth x58Mobo Intel 17 970 1 Geforce GTX 570 16gigs of DDR3 Ram I have had this issue for a year now. Should I disable the Intel Start Menu entries too? have a peek here Any help out there for me? : ) 1) Yes..!
It is a necessary driver and I understand that this same driver has caused a lot of problems including bsod's for people. But it does raise a few questions for me.