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Hello, I have a question. My motherboard has the nvidia 680i chipset..The board supports a new feature called Dual-net TEAMING. However, when I install the Nvidia Network Access Manager, I get random BSODs. It's even worse when I have teaming enabled. Once the BSOD occurs,,,there is a message that states: "DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL"...then there is a filename at the bottom of the page. If I recall correctly,,,,the filename is something like this: "nvrdm.sys"

As of right now, I DO NOT have the network access manager installed,,,and so far I HAVEN"T gotten a BSOD. However, I would really like to be able to use dual net teaming.

Is there anything I can do to fix this or make it work properly? Or is it just the network manager being gay?


Thanks for your help,

Nathan
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C'mon! Somebody has to know what the problem is!!!
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It's just badly coded, I have it installed right now but I think I didn't install Nvidia firewall or something but I don't remember. It sucked so much at first I almost install just the normal Ethernet drivers.
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post #4 of 7
I never had a problem with mine... try installing the drivers again? Usually that will repair any file problems.

Secondly, it isn't going to give you a huge increase in performance anyways. Not unless you have tons of collision from multiple downloads and uploads at the same time. If you are just downloading it won't be any faster than a single connection.
    
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post #5 of 7
Are you perhaps using the latest version of that app from the Nvidia site or product page for your motherboard ?
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I'm using the latest version from the nvidia driver page..should I be using the driver package that came with my motherboard? Would that be better or is it the same version as the one on the nvidia page?
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post #7 of 7
The network access manager and this 'teaming' is really lame. I was getting BSODs galore when I tried using it. It's very badly coded, and does nothing for you.

What it SUPPOSEDLY does:

If one of your network ports fail, it will keep the data stream going on the other port.

1. If any part of the motherboard 'fails', I have bigger concerns than the data I was getting.
2. I can just reach back and swap ports.
3. Considering that, by the laws of the internets, you can't get something faster over 2 ethernet cables than you can get over one cable....


It's garbage, slows your connection... get rid of it and save some headaches.

To clarify: The "network access manager" IS NOT your network card drivers. it's a user interface you probably have never seen.
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