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NVidia 680i - Network Adapter - Sleep - BSOD

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Old 04-19-2008
timb
 

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NVidia 680i - Network Adapter - Sleep - BSOD
Still having this problem... this 680i motherboard, Vista, and the onboard
network controller (NIC) just don't jive...

If you set Vista to "sleep" after a couple of hours, it turns out the lights
on the NIC, disconnecting the system from the network... wake it up and the
connection's down and won't recover... the event log's full of errors and
warnings with various "time-outs" and if I "reset" the adapter it wakes up
then BSOD's a few minutes later:

DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE - 0x0000009F

I have the latest Nvidia chipset drivers installed... the system is
otherwise dead solid stable. Anyone got any ideas on how to get Vista to
sleep without loosing it's mind ???

System Specs below:

CPU: QuadCore Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700
MOTHERBOARD: EVGA NF680i - 122-CK-NF68-A1
O/S: Windows Vista Ultimate - 32 bit - SP1
RAM: 4 GB Corsair XMS2 CM2X1024-6400C4 @ 4-4-4-12-2T
BIOS: P30
GPU: EVGA GeForce 8800 GTX (768 MB) - NVidia Drivers Version 174.74
NIC: NVidia Driver Version 67.7.6.0
DISPLAY: ViewSonic VG2230wm [22" LCD] (QC9065103712)
AUDIO: Creative SB X-Fi XtremeGamer
STORAGE: RAID 0 - 500GB WD 7200 RPM
250GB WD 7200 RPM
WD 320 GB Firewire/USB
3 Optical Drives

CLOCKS AND VOLTAGES:

CPU - 3.00 @ 10x V - 1.35
FSB - 1333 @ 1.4v
SPP - 1.5V
MCP - AUTO
SPP <> MCP - AUTO
RAM Unlinked @ 800 Mhz @ 2.1V

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Old 04-21-2008
Quaoar
 

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Re: NVidia 680i - Network Adapter - Sleep - BSOD
timb wrote:
> Still having this problem... this 680i motherboard, Vista, and the
> onboard network controller (NIC) just don't jive...
>
> If you set Vista to "sleep" after a couple of hours, it turns out the
> lights on the NIC, disconnecting the system from the network... wake it
> up and the connection's down and won't recover... the event log's full
> of errors and warnings with various "time-outs" and if I "reset" the
> adapter it wakes up then BSOD's a few minutes later:
>
> DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE - 0x0000009F
>
> I have the latest Nvidia chipset drivers installed... the system is
> otherwise dead solid stable. Anyone got any ideas on how to get Vista
> to sleep without loosing it's mind ???
>
> System Specs below:
>
> CPU: QuadCore Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700
> MOTHERBOARD: EVGA NF680i - 122-CK-NF68-A1
> O/S: Windows Vista Ultimate - 32 bit - SP1
> RAM: 4 GB Corsair XMS2 CM2X1024-6400C4 @ 4-4-4-12-2T
> BIOS: P30
> GPU: EVGA GeForce 8800 GTX (768 MB) - NVidia Drivers Version 174.74
> NIC: NVidia Driver Version 67.7.6.0
> DISPLAY: ViewSonic VG2230wm [22" LCD] (QC9065103712)
> AUDIO: Creative SB X-Fi XtremeGamer
> STORAGE: RAID 0 - 500GB WD 7200 RPM
> 250GB WD 7200 RPM
> WD 320 GB Firewire/USB
> 3 Optical Drives
>
> CLOCKS AND VOLTAGES:
>
> CPU - 3.00 @ 10x V - 1.35
> FSB - 1333 @ 1.4v
> SPP - 1.5V
> MCP - AUTO
> SPP <> MCP - AUTO
> RAM Unlinked @ 800 Mhz @ 2.1V


Got SP1? Updated before SP1? Gone to your mainboard vendor and updated
BIOS and device drivers? You have updated Nvidia chipset drivers, but
there be more device drivers and bios updates that you must install.

Q

Q
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Old 04-21-2008
timb
 

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Re: NVidia 680i - Network Adapter - Sleep - BSOD
Thanks... the chip set drivers were updated AFTER SP1... there is a BIOS
update but according to the release notes for this MOBO, it does not address
any related issue. I'll try it though and see.

Again thanks... m

"Quaoar" <astro_quaoar@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:eqXzlC1oIHA.4112@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
> timb wrote:
>> Still having this problem... this 680i motherboard, Vista, and the
>> onboard network controller (NIC) just don't jive...
>>
>> If you set Vista to "sleep" after a couple of hours, it turns out the
>> lights on the NIC, disconnecting the system from the network... wake it
>> up and the connection's down and won't recover... the event log's full of
>> errors and warnings with various "time-outs" and if I "reset" the adapter
>> it wakes up then BSOD's a few minutes later:
>>
>> DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE - 0x0000009F
>>
>> I have the latest Nvidia chipset drivers installed... the system is
>> otherwise dead solid stable. Anyone got any ideas on how to get Vista to
>> sleep without loosing it's mind ???
>>
>> System Specs below:
>>
>> CPU: QuadCore Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700
>> MOTHERBOARD: EVGA NF680i - 122-CK-NF68-A1
>> O/S: Windows Vista Ultimate - 32 bit - SP1
>> RAM: 4 GB Corsair XMS2 CM2X1024-6400C4 @ 4-4-4-12-2T
>> BIOS: P30
>> GPU: EVGA GeForce 8800 GTX (768 MB) - NVidia Drivers Version 174.74
>> NIC: NVidia Driver Version 67.7.6.0
>> DISPLAY: ViewSonic VG2230wm [22" LCD] (QC9065103712)
>> AUDIO: Creative SB X-Fi XtremeGamer
>> STORAGE: RAID 0 - 500GB WD 7200 RPM
>> 250GB WD 7200 RPM
>> WD 320 GB Firewire/USB
>> 3 Optical Drives
>>
>> CLOCKS AND VOLTAGES:
>>
>> CPU - 3.00 @ 10x V - 1.35
>> FSB - 1333 @ 1.4v
>> SPP - 1.5V
>> MCP - AUTO
>> SPP <> MCP - AUTO
>> RAM Unlinked @ 800 Mhz @ 2.1V

>
> Got SP1? Updated before SP1? Gone to your mainboard vendor and updated
> BIOS and device drivers? You have updated Nvidia chipset drivers, but
> there be more device drivers and bios updates that you must install.
>
> Q
>
> Q


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