Friday, March 4, Additionally when I try to browse to c: Ziegler Tuesday, March 8, 7: The program I use to transfer data doesn’t matter obviously considering disabling the network adapter resolves all problems The start address in procexp is “ndis. Following frames may be wrong.
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Fri Mar 26 Wednesday, May 5, I feel this is a bad choice to ignore the “software network component and simply move on. I have not hacked or tweaked with the network settings nor do I run any software 82566rm tries to optimize or hack network settings. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. As it turns out through wandering through other threads, the BIOS is giving low priority to the CPU and hardware-intensive tasks as a result of That may be accurate but that doesn’t explain ndis.
The program I use to transfer data doesn’t matter obviously considering disabling the network adapter resolves all problems The start address in procexp is “ndis. Remove From My Forums. It occurred to me that perhaps nvis was a rootkit but at this point I’ve scanned the system enough times with enough programs that I doubt this is the case.
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I have downgraded and upgraded several different driver versions for the network card to no avail. So the question is, why is the CPU spiking? Tuesday, March 8, 3: There have been many other unsolved threads out nddis regarding this similar issue. Thanks for your help. Proposed as answer by EverWin Wednesday, March 9, 1: Windows 7 IT Pro.
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W7 apparently doesn’t understand why the CPU is dynamically lowering the clock speed to prevent total disaster, of course so tasks are building up in the DPC queue and could quite possibly be arguing over the BIOS interest in keeping the CPU from melting down and W7’s interest in efficiently processing threads.
If I disable the adapter, the problem goes away. Friday, March 4,