Raspppoe.sys

kwL

New Member
#1
Hello, any help i`ll apreciate

I have a laptop Asus, core2duo 1.66MHz, 1GB ram, 160HDD, ATI mobility radeon x2300 256mb.

I just installed Windows 7, and is a fresh copy build 7057

When i`m logging in and i try to connect to internet through PPPoE (Broadband connection, with username and password) everytime i get a blue screen with:

DRIVER_IRQ_LESS_OR_EQUAL

and in the end shows this *sys file "Raspppoe.sys" stays for 5 seconds then the laptop restartes.

All my drivers al from vista x86, except Lan Driver REALTEK RTL 8139/810x Family Fast Ethernet NIC witch i`ve installed them from my Drivers CD for XP OS.

Every driver from internet that it says it for vista i get an error "This version is only for Windows Vista. Please use other platform ethernet installer"

The main problem is ... where i should find good drivers for my ethernet hardware or XP drivers are just FINE ?!

And the big problem is ... Why i get BlueScreen everytime i`ll try to connect to internet through Pppoe connection ?

Thank you very much, i hope i`ll can solve this problem soon ... :(
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#2
Yes, I just did a Google search and it is a valid Microsoft driver, in particular...RAS PPPoE mini-port/call-manager driver.

I believe you'll have to look for a better, more compatible driver than the one you're now using.

View these results:
Raspppoe.sys - Google Search

for more information.
 


kwL

New Member
#3
OK thanks for information i`ve searched but no results, i just found a file raspppoe.sys and i don't need that.
I really need de compatible driver for my LAN ADAPTER (Realtek RTC 8139/810x Fast Ethernet.)
 


Tripp Parks [MS]

New Member
Microsoft
#4
it should be unrelated to your ethernet drivers.
can you look in the event viewer and send details about the crash you are seeing? if a ID is referenced that would be great.
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#5
If you found the file on your system, it doesn't mean it's installed properly and properly listed in the registry.

Try going to Device Manager and see if there is a flag nest to your adapter.
 


#6
Just DISABLE LCP Extentions!
 


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