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ndis.sys causes peaks at CPU

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zip and upload the file. this is easier.

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I hope this is the file ( actually, i cant attach this file, it is 12,9M long, and this forum only take 500K )

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upload it to skydrive, dropbox and send me the link via PM.

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Update the netr28.sys. This driver causes the spikes. This is your RAlink network driver. Update to the latest version 5.0.21.0.

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I will see if it works ( weird, my driver update didn't manage to download this one for me ). Sorry for all the gramatical errors and for the trouble. Thanks for saving my computer :thumbup

thanks André

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Well, i don't kwon how to update this file '-' i tried downloading but there is no .exe or anything to install it for me. So, where can i download a installer or where do I install it?

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???

Inside a "Package" there's usually a "whatever. INF" file. Go to Device Manager, right-click the Device, Properties, 'Update Driver", make it point to the Folder where you have the files and "Do It".

Are these the files?

http://www.mediafire.com/?0hyzoqdrdv4y2bh

Looks like them to me....

Found via Google

RAlink "5.0.21.0"

First link led to the above link.

There IS NO INSTALLER! You have to do that manually...

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he needs the 32Bit drivers. The 64Bit would be netr28x.sys

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I can find no x86 by that Version you give. One might wonder why you say the OP needs the x86 when his OS states x64.

They CAN be found here

http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/Search.aspx?q=5.0.21.0

BUT, the ones I checked all come up as "AMD64" (64-bit). :unsure:

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I see it in the ETL file.

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