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Ndis.sys blue screen errors can be caused by a variety of hardware, firmware, driver or software problems. These may be Windows NT software or Microsoft hardware, but this is not necessarily the case.
NDIS, which stands for Network Driver Interface Specification, is a legitimate component of your Windows operating system. This is an application programming interface used for network cards.
The majority of ndis.sys errors you encounter are “Blue Screen of Death” errors (also known as “BSOD” or “STOP” errors) that occur in Windows.
In most cases, errors occur in the blue ndis.sys screen file after installing new hardware or software. These ndis.sys screens may appear during program installation while running a software program related to ndis.sys (e.g. Windows NT) while loading a Microsoft driver, or during starting or stopping Windows. Tracking when and where the STOP error occurs is important information for troubleshooting.
The blue screen error ndis.sys is one of the most serious error messages you can get on your PC screen. Learn how to repair ndis.sys blue screen.
Update your drivers
This is undoubtedly your first action, because ndis.sys is closely linked to your driver software. In fact, defective or outdated drivers can damage your system, so you should deal with them immediately.
There are a number of ways to solve your driver’s problems. Choose one according to your needs and preferences.
Check your hard disk for errors
Damaged hard disks are a common cause of problems with ndis.sys, so it’s time to check your hard disk. To do this, follow these guidelines:
- Run the command prompt as administrator (see the previous correction for more information).
- Type chkdsk c : /r (if c is the partition on which your system is installed) and press Enter.
Wait until the scanning is complete. Then exit the command prompt and restart your PC. Let’s hope this solution has solved your problem.
Disable temporarily your anti-virus software
It is also possible that the error on your ndis.sys blue screen is caused by your security software itself. This error sometimes occurs due to software conflicts caused by an antivirus or firewall. To see if this is the problem for you, temporarily disable your security program and check if the problem persists (See your security software documentation for how to disable it.
If this solves your problem, contact your security software provider for advice or to install another security solution.
Scan and Remove Malware
As already explained, BSODs are often triggered by malicious infections in connection with system files or drivers. If the driver update does not help repair DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (ndis.sys) BSOD, we strongly recommend that you check your PC with a professional antivirus software. Make sure that the database of the antivirus program you are using is updated regularly.
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