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Downloads for Intel® 82566 Gigabit Ethernet PHY
Windows 7 Networking https: First obvious question I would have is, “Is the driver correct? W7 apparently doesn’t understand why the CPU is dynamically lowering the clock speed to prevent total disaster, of course so 82566d, 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.
Proposed as answer by EverWin Wednesday, March 9, 1: My sense although I don’t know 82566md 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. Tuesday, March 8, 2: By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use.
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Consuming 20+% of CPU, going nuts trying to resolve this problem.
I submit every error to Microsoft as Windows’ request, nids there is always no solution found. Tuesday, March 8, 3: 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 I have not hacked or tweaked with the network settings nor do I run any software that tries to optimize or hack network settings.
I originally had the default NIC drivers that came with Windows 7. It occurred to me that perhaps this was a rootkit ndiz at this point I’ve scanned the system enough times with enough programs that I doubt this is the case.
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Well, it’s the driver that Windows 7 went out, found, and installed, so I presume it is. So the question is, why is the CPU spiking? The DPC subsystem from what I gather is meant to manage low-level tasks 82566dj. Tuesday, March 8, 7: By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. After my machine started blue screening I installed the latest drivers from Intel for my DM-2 adapter.
The best fix I’ve seen yet was to disable the network card and buy another one. My Vista machine can access the Synology with no problem. Tuesday, March 8, Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. Does anyone have any suggestions here? The blue screening didn’t go away.
Proposed as answer by Andre. Additionally when I try to browse to c: Loaded symbol image file: Monday, May 3, 9: Fri Mar 26 It would be caused by a corrupted driver; to find the root cause, please upload the dump file and post the link here: I posted the file here: Resources for IT Professionals.