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DRIVER_IRQL_NOT LESS OR EQUAL (netwlv64.sys)

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Pavilion DV6700 - FE815UA#ABA
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Dear HP Forum members,

 

Good day!

 

My dad is facing a problem with his: 

HP Pavilion DV6700 Notebook

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Product Number: FE815UA#ABA

 

After upgrading to Windows 10. The problem is getting a bluescreen when he uses the notebook, with the following error message:

DRIVER_IRQL_NOT LESS OR EQUAL (netwlv64.sys)

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After a quick google search, I've found that it is something related to the Wireless Card, & it seems his wireless card is outdated or Windows 10 doesn't support it, or there are no new drivers to support it.

 

The problem used to happen, then stopped, & now it returned & its reoccurring frequently. 

 

If it happened to buy a new wireless card, what kind of wireless card should we buy? What do you reommend?

& if there are other solutions that will be great!

 

Appreciate your support.

 

Regards,

Saud_N

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Hi @Saud_N,

 

Welcome to the HP Support Community!

 

I see your Dad's HP Pavilion dv6933cl  Notebook with an error message DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (rtwlane.sys). Here is a link to the troubleshooting the Wireless connection, if you need it.

 

Some say this helps fix this problem Microsoft Fix it.

 

Here is a link to compatible Wlan card page 56.

 

Please let me know how this goes.
 
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Hi @Mrstenter,

 

Thank you fro your reply. Sorry for the late follow up, but was expecting an automated email notifying me with your reply.

 

Anyway, the error message in your reply seems a bit different than the one I asked about. The one I shared had (netwlv64.sys), while the one you provided has (rtwlane.sys).

 

Moreover, the link you provided is a link to "Sleep & Hibernation" issues, not BSOD. So not sure if it is related or not. 

 

So do you recommend buying a new wireless card? 

 

Appreciate your reply or feedback.

 

Regards,

Saud Nasser

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After upgrade to Win10 I installed Intel driver for Windows Vista 12.1.0.14 from HP site. I have no BSOD since then. File: sp41263.exe from Drivers & Software - HP Support Center.

 

I had BSOD once a day using different drivers in HP 8710P. Exactly: Windows 8.1 PRO - Intel 4965 AGN - BSOD (Driver IRQL not less or equal) NETWLV64.SYS

 

Try old driver. 12.1.0.14  is OK for my old 8710P

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