This is the first thing you should look into. Miniport drivers cannot indicate received data or status for the port in the allocated state. Until the call to NdisMNetPnPEvent returns, a port is not deactivated, and miniport drivers must be able to handle OID requests and send requests that are associated with that port. Might check Windows Help files on the computer also. TechSpot Account Sign up for free , it takes 30 seconds. Don’t have an account yet? This PnP event lists those ports that have changed to the allocated state and does not include any ports that are already deactivated.
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Product feedback Sign in to give documentation feedback. However, before a miniport driver deactivates a port, it must ensure that there are no outstanding status indications or receive indications that are associated with that port.
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I didn’t even realize that a regular network adapter would HAVE power management options, but sure enough they are there on mine. Quote from the LatencyMon site: I disabled my display adapter Jun 2, SYS as the problem. First off, brief specs: Join Date Nov Joined Jul 2, Messages 24, 5. Disablw this an integrated adapter built in to the motherboard?
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Log in Remember Me? Here, in my chair Status: Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community. For more information about handling port deactivation events in a protocol driver, see Handling the Port Deactivation PnP Event. Joined Jun 23, Messages 15, 3. However, if the default port of a miniport adapter is the target of a NetEventPortDeactivation PnP event, the default port must be the only port that is specified in the array.
Check with your computer manufacturer for hardware updated drivers or motherboard manufacturer perhaps.
The program is not visible. It may be that these drivers belong to a device that is non-critical for the operation of your computer.
Any other suggestions would be greatfully received. If NDIS fails to deactivate any ports in the port array, none of the ports in the port array will change state.
PortNumber The source port of the event notification. This PnP event lists those ports that have changed to the allocated state and does not include any ports that are already deactivated. Here is another link showing something you might want to look at: Some examples of these are: And .620 you guys for the help and care. Gripe at Intel for the stupid Wireless issue causing an unnecessary load on the machine raboof1 said: Also, the driver might deactivate a port for application-specific reasons.
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