Dell Latitude E6510 Blue Screen
I might be able to find newer drivers than the Dell support site has...-- Mike Burr Thursday, July 29, 2010 7:57 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Dell If you need memory dumps or such, I can provide those. I also had to uninstall Checkpoint VPN client before installing the downgraded driver, as all my attempts to install resulted in an adapter without IP4/6. Throw us a issue and we'll happily try fixing it. http://afede.org/dell-latitude/dell-latitude-e6510-bsod.html
I have updated the video and network drives to the latest from Dell to no avail. Thus I assume that secure erase would not make any change.Now when the computer goes to sleep by itself and I start it up again, I'm presented with the same F4 John Wednesday, August 11, 2010 9:03 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Per my plan I removed the Cisco VPN client I mentioned earlier plus removed the NIC JY Friday, August 06, 2010 7:56 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks to everyone here, especially JY.
I'm not suggesting any connection or opinion just events. You could always take a backup and test the driver, and then try uninstalling the driver and reinstalling Dell's or restoring from backup if you encounter any major problems. I can reproduce this at will with the YouTube steps provided above. The driver still shows as being version 126.96.36.199 dated 4/12/2010.
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I'll be stuck with the BSODs again. 2) Along the lines of #1, Dell has an Urgent recommendation to upgrade to the 188.8.131.52 driver because it "Fixes intermittent NIC connectivity issues". If I use IDE mode, I can pass this phase. During that time, a new version of SEP was rolled out and, by mistake, the admin that manages that app installed the Network Threat Protection module of SEC. http://www.tomsguide.com/forum/83751-35-dell-blue-screen-quit-booting It seems like a pretty huge jump in version numbers, but who knows. -- Hunter Interesting Hunter.
We created a Windows 7 64-bit image and threw it on all of the machines. I will try some of the above methods for reproducingtheBSODS and see if I can get it to do anything. I'm not sure what the date was on the Dell issued driver, but the version number was the same. If clone what cloning software are you using?
Machine crashes again. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/278208-latitude-e6510-and-e-port-docking-station-cause-blue-screen I did the Dell Diagnostics from the F12 during boot and I am getting an error saying that the display inverter cannot be detected which seems odd because the display works I can not get into safe mode at this point either. JY Yeah definitely understand your view on it.
I returned to the error with renewed energy and after some serious web-digging, found the solution to the issue in the form of two posts in a single thread on Intel's have a peek at these guys Saturday, August 21, 2010 3:46 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Our agency is getting ready to field the E6510 as well and we are getting the same ishadi aplus 4,278 views 10:18 [Vinesauce] Joel - Windows 10 Destruction - Duration: 13:53. I did notice that if you poke around on the Dell driver page, there is a newer version number showing up, but it isn't possible to download it.
Bugcode USB driver crashing PC HELP solved Blue Screen: BUGCODE_NDIS_DRIVER Constant BSOD, BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER Error. The fixes are in the .inf and not the .sys(driver) itself.They are now in the midst of getting the driver WHQL certified and will post it as soon as it is. Rabinowitz SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe3636 Loading... http://afede.org/dell-latitude/dell-latitude-d620-blue-screen.html There are some systems that may have compatibility issues with HIPM.
Waiting to Be Resolved: www.BlueScreen-of-Death.com - Saving Dell Latitude XT ... Try baking the latest drivers into the image using the re-image guidelines I suggested yesterday. Wednesday, September 29, 2010 9:51 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote We are experiencing same issue.
AVG 9 Is Crashing Computer | AVG Forums Started by: Ned Date: 5.4.11 Time: 13:11 My ex's friend had a Dell Latitude D620 that had the blue screen of death.
I will keep monitoring this and report back if I find out anything else useful. Best of luck everyone. But as it stands the BSOD hasn't happened again. Sign in to report inappropriate content.
Initiate atleast two file transfers from a network share and open a youtube video in any browser. In the PRO1000\Winx64\NDIS62 directory you will find the e1k62x64.inf file. I've tried the large file copy and that didn't seem to give me a BSOD. this content I've opened a ticket with Support.
The ST Microelectrics one and the USB 3 driver.Then we'll see how it goesI downloaded one didnt have to validate my email KaartoDec 5, 2014, 7:45 AM Paul NZ said: Download Here's what we were told: "The Message Signalled Interrupts, a high-efficiency interrupt method used in PCI Express, was not not enabled for the 82577 devices. If not, then install thier VPN client and see if they get it then. That is all I need to know.
So far, most every one on this thread has replied that they are running a Cisco product which seems a little more than coincidental in my mind.