LARRY VINER asked on March 8, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.
Netio.sys Error Blue Screen Windows 7 Ultimate BSOD
» My Windows 7 ultimate started to show me the blue screen with the netio.sys error about every hour or two! it says DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
Blue screens (BSOD's) are mostly due to hardware and sometimes due to incompatible software. In a lot of cases it is a corrupted driver or a driver conflict. The most common causes of blue screens are overheating, faulty RAM, and video card problem.
BSOD can also result from a virus, such as TrojanDropper:Win32/Delfsnif.A. Now we just talk about the driver's failure, the driver files with the .sys extension are actually dll files, and are the basic reasons for BSOD. If you are not one of the lucky ones who can fix the BSOD with a reboot, then you will need to do some diagnosis to resolve the problem. With all the possible reasons for the BSOD ranging from software to hardware, or hardware drivers, it is very difficult to list a precise set of instructions for every possibly BSOD. Don't be panic about it. Here is a simple way for you to repair blue screen, provided that you have already downloaded DLL Suite, which is a professional dll file error fixer.
Firstly, reboot the computer in safe mode: press the F8 key before the Windows screen appears. This will boot the computer into the Advanced Options screen where you can choose advanced boot options. Choose "Safe Mode" and press "Enter", wait for the Windows screen to appear, then click DLL Suite, run it and the blue screen will be repaired automatically, just because DLL Suite has built-in feature of fix BSOD.
ROBERT RUSSELL replied on March 14, 2013
- KENNETH TSCHETTER replied on March 8, 2013: » The nvm62x32.sys is accessing, and possibly corrupting, memory ahead of the pacer.sys, ndis.sys, tcpip.sys and netio.sys. The nvm62x32.sys is the NVIDIA network adapter driver.
Is there an optional update for "NVIDIA nForce networking controller" showing up on Windows Update? If so, try installing that driver. Also, you appear to be running LogMeIn. I would also suggest to ensure that you have the latest version of this software.
- LILLIE WEBSTER replied on March 8, 2013: » Also you may open the device manager and check for the updates of the driver required. Check for any cross marks or exclamation marks alongside the devices, as these denote issues with the drivers of the device installed -
Open Device Manager by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Maintenance, and then clicking Device Manager. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
In Device Manager, locate the device, and then double-click the device name.
Click the Driver tab, and then click Update Driver and follow the instructions.
- LARRY VINER replied on March 8, 2013: » well for now i updated the NVIDIA nForce networking controller drivers it even changed its name. i updated the drivers for all of my mother board including the internet and the problem went away!!!!
- MICHAEL MCGUIRE replied on March 11, 2013: » NETIO.SYS --- It's Related to Network Card driver, Update the latest Network Card drive resolve this Bluescreen issue
- MARCIN KAMINSKI replied on March 12, 2013: » First thing I'd check based on probability of a 3rd party driver higher up in the stack causing the issue and this is a network driver I'd update the NIC firmware and Drivers.
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