On 5/7/09, Chris Whitehouse <cwhi...@onetel.com> wrote:
> Tim Judd wrote:
>> I think project evil (ndis) requires a specific driver version, such as
>> the
>> WinXP drivers versus the Vista or 2000 or anything else.
>>
>>
>>
>> What drivers did you use?  Any other drivers available on the manufacturer
>> website?
>>
>>
>> If you're not using XP, I recall reading that XP is the preferred driver
>> for
>> the recent project evil versions.
>>
>>
>> --TJ
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> Sorry about the delay replying, I've been away.
>
> In the meantime I've tried the three possible drivers (XP, NT and an
> unlabelled one). I've also installed a recent 8-current snapshot,
> updated to latest source and built world, and tried the XP driver. Still
> get interrupt storms everywhere, also a panic (I think) in 8-current.
>
> Should I give up or are there other things to try?

Panic should not happen. Please provide backtrace(or crashdump or textdump)

-- 
Paul
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