First let me say that I have updated all drivers to their latest versions (as far as I can tell), and have no other issues with my wireless connection.
So here's the problem:
Using Intel My Wifi, I attempt to connect my Motorola Droid phone to my computer with ICS enabled. My laptop is connected to a LAN via copper, and I am using My Wifi as a mobile hotspot. I am actually able to connect, get an IP, and transfer data on my phone via wireless. After maybe 10 seconds, I get a BSOD, showing DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL.
EDIT: I should also mention this happens when I use the software Connectify as well (known to be buggy, so I initially thought it might be that).
Here is the output of the crash dump file:
So the obvious offender is NETwNs64.sys, which I'm almost certain is the wireless driver for my laptop (again, Centrino 6200N).
Otherwise, I have no issues - if it helps, my laptop is a Thinkpad T410, but I have found nothing specific to this on the web. This happens 100% of the time. I'm running Windows 7 4bit SP1. Look forward to any ideas, help, or direction on this issue.
I have a similar issue - but not the same.
When I put the computer to sleep, RANDOMLY, it hangs then BSODs.
The BSOD view points to NETwNs64.sys.
The issue is related to a DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE - 9F error.
HP8540W with 6300N adapter.
W7 x64 Ultimate
I have the latest of drivers and updates.
Ive got Win 7 64bit Home SP1
Using ICS without Intel My WiFi software.
ICS is connecting my external USB Clear wireless to my "virtual" Intel Centrino 6250 AGN
I have tried:
Set all network adapters to not use power management.
Turned off motherboard "realtek" ethernet.
I connect to the hotspot hosted by virtual miniport adapter using my droid 2 and after a little http browsing I get the BSOD.
I also have a brand new Dell L502X laptop with Centrino Advanced-N 6230 and have been having a lot of BSOD while connecting to Wi Fi.
The BSOD shows DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL and that the bug is related to NETwNs64.sys. Has anyone had any luck solving this issue?
Any ideas or suggestions will be really appreciated.
Let me also join this me-too group. I have an HP Elitebook 8540p with Windows 7 Ultimate x64, and HP Softpad has been urging me to "upgrade" the 6200N driver and software to version 14.0. But everytime I followed this advice, I got a BSOD before the log on screen was seen. Fortunately, the computer allowed me to log on after a reboot, and eventually I "downgraded" the driver to version 13.4 and the computer was fine again.
The BSOD screen also indicated that there was some problem with NETwNs64.sys.
Suppose the more info the better, and it keeps this thread alive.
I have an Alienware M15X laptop with an Intel Wifi Link 5300. I've been using it since April without the My WiFi software (although I knew the entire time it could perform the My WiFi functions, I hadn't found out how).
A few days ago, I found the software on Intel's website to activate the My WiFi and enable internet sharing. Things were going alright for a few minutes with my HTC Evo 4G connected, but suddenly my laptop blue screened. I restarted, got everything running again, and re-enabled internet connection sharing. Sure enough, a few minutes later it crashed again. Since then I've been running it without ICS enabled, and it's been completely stable.
Any fixes or driver updates would be awesome!
I have just have to say me-too ....I have updated my wifi link 5100 AGN to it latest Driver(126.96.36.199...1/19/2011)....I have BOSD when using connectify,virtualrouter,and intel My Wifi technology....just one day I have no problem?!!!!....and again it happen every time I use my phone to browse internet...
I went to...
Downloaded the ICS_s64.exe
Make a system restore point.
Uninstall the Intel(R) Centrino(R) Advanced-N 6200 AGN adapter fro the device manager.
Restart your computer.
I then double clicked on ICS_s64.exe, choose custon to make sure everything was going to be installed. I then installed and restarted one last time. I then connected and everything seems to be working fine
Same exact problem here.
Brand new Sony VAIO VPCS132GX.
Internet connection is Wired, and I share the connection using Intel's My WiFi from Intel PROSet Wireless Software 13.5.0 (it seems 14.1.1 discontinued support for the 6200 hardware).
Connecting my Droid phone works fine for a while, but immediately upon starting "Good for Enterprise" on the phone, the laptop BSODs in NETwNs64.sys.
I get the same BSOD as everyone else.
netwns64.sys causing the problem.
When I enable the my wifi, it does nothing on first click. Then when I click it again to enable it, BSOD shows up right away.
I have a Sony Vaio SA with all updated drivers from Sony. I have a intel 6205 wifi card, and I'm running Windows x64 professional.
So, has this problem been solved yet?