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Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (e22w8x64.sys)
« on: 15-July-13, 16:24:31 »

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   As the title descripts I am having the BSOD error e22w8x64.sys. My request is to have a solution to this error. It is starting to occur more and more frequently and random times.  I have a strong indication that the issue is due to the E22 lan drivers. Is there any driver that is supposed to resolve the issue? I am iffy about the driver on MSI site since last time I tried to update my lan drivers it completely disabled my internet and I followed the instructions to the tee. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated! Thank you for your time.
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Re: Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (e22w8x64.sys)
« Reply #1 on: 15-July-13, 16:31:03 »

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Re: Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (e22w8x64.sys)
« Reply #2 on: 15-July-13, 16:44:55 »

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I am not sure why you wrote this. Is this a message for new posters ?
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Re: Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (e22w8x64.sys)
« Reply #3 on: 15-July-13, 16:47:06 »

It is a message for you because of your post addressing another user and not adding details of your machine what makes it impossible to help you.
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Re: Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (e22w8x64.sys)
« Reply #4 on: 15-July-13, 17:17:48 »

Alcon stands for all concerned I was not addressing anyone specifically.
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Re: Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (e22w8x64.sys)
« Reply #5 on: 15-July-13, 17:43:39 »

Ah ok, but such chat style or short message type postings are also not allowed. Many here aren't natively speaking English and use online translators. Anything else but normal words and grammar will result in a bad translation.

Your problem is caused by the driver for the Killer NIC. Try updating it: http://www.killergaming.com/support/Downloads?category=3&model=123&download_type=1&os=16
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Re: Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (e22w8x64.sys)
« Reply #6 on: 15-July-13, 19:30:25 »

Ah ok, but such chat style or short message type postings are also not allowed. Many here aren't natively speaking English and use online translators. Anything else but normal words and grammar will result in a bad translation.

Your problem is caused by the driver for the Killer NIC. Try updating it: http://www.killergaming.com/support/Downloads?category=3&model=123&download_type=1&os=16

Do this. I have a GT70 (nearly the same model, except mine has a 3610 instead of the 3630) and the latest driver fixes all of the BSoD's that I was having due to the driver.
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Re: Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (e22w8x64.sys)
« Reply #7 on: 27-August-13, 03:39:27 »

I have MSI GE60-0ND 453 XTR along with:

Intel i7-3630QM
Nvidia GeForce GTX 660M
8GB (4x2) RAM

I am having exactly the same error code blue screen for a while now. I have checked on internet a bit, and saw that the 320.xx versions of Nvidia driver causes the same problem, which I had installed long before that started to happen. I downgraded to version 314.22 and it went ok for a short while. And after a few hours, got another blue screen with the same error code.

Now I'm iffy about installing the Killer driver that you've posted above, because of differences of product and system specs. Should I also install the certain driver?
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Re: Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (e22w8x64.sys)
« Reply #8 on: 27-August-13, 05:37:12 »

I have MSI GE60-0ND 453 XTR along with:

Intel i7-3630QM
Nvidia GeForce GTX 660M
8GB (4x2) RAM

I am having exactly the same error code blue screen for a while now. I have checked on internet a bit, and saw that the 320.xx versions of Nvidia driver causes the same problem, which I had installed long before that started to happen. I downgraded to version 314.22 and it went ok for a short while. And after a few hours, got another blue screen with the same error code.

Now I'm iffy about installing the Killer driver that you've posted above, because of differences of product and system specs. Should I also install the certain driver?

Notice how in the subject line it includes the driver file 'e22w8x64.sys'? This file corresponds to the drivers for the Killer Networks E2200 ethernet adapter. If it was for the NVidia drivers, it would probably have something like 'nvxxxxx.sys' or dll in there instead.

Verify what driver is causing the BSoD, and then change those drivers accordingly.
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Re: Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (e22w8x64.sys)
« Reply #9 on: 27-August-13, 06:06:25 »

Notice how in the subject line it includes the driver file 'e22w8x64.sys'? This file corresponds to the drivers for the Killer Networks E2200 ethernet adapter. If it was for the NVidia drivers, it would probably have something like 'nvxxxxx.sys' or dll in there instead.

Verify what driver is causing the BSoD, and then change those drivers accordingly.

It is e22w8x64.sys. Okay, I got what you said and going to install Killer driver right away! Gonna post the result here. Thanks in advance!
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Re: Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (e22w8x64.sys)
« Reply #10 on: 27-October-13, 20:30:58 »

Hello, I just had the exact same problem. The last few days I've gotten this blue screen once or twice every day. I got the same error code as you, Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (e22w8x64.sys). I play Minecraft alot, and this server I use to play on I usually have 300 FPS, but after the first blue screen I got, I had like 30 FPS while playing. I knew something was wrong, so I started trying to find the answer, and that wasn't easy. I tried to format my laptop etc but nothing worked. My laptop was not overheated at all, and when I looked at task manager while running different programs, nothing took too much RAM or CPU.

My laptop is a MSI ge60, 6 GB RAM, Intel Core i5 processor, NVIDIA Geforce, Windows 8 etc etc. A pretty good laptop so I knew something was wrong when my 3 months old laptop started acting like this. I tried to find the answer for almost a week, and I finally did. What you have to do is to disable "Killer Network Manager":

1. Click on your start menu. Search for "msconfig" and open it.
2. Click on the "Services" tab, look for "Qualcomm Atheros Killer Service" and de-check it.
3. Click on the "Startup" tab, then click on "Open Task Manager".
4. Click on the "Startup" tab, look for "KillerNetManager". Right-click on it and then click Disable. Close the Task Manager.
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Re: Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (e22w8x64.sys)
« Reply #11 on: 28-October-13, 04:22:45 »

Hello, I just had the exact same problem. The last few days I've gotten this blue screen once or twice every day. I got the same error code as you, Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (e22w8x64.sys). I play Minecraft alot, and this server I use to play on I usually have 300 FPS, but after the first blue screen I got, I had like 30 FPS while playing. I knew something was wrong, so I started trying to find the answer, and that wasn't easy. I tried to format my laptop etc but nothing worked. My laptop was not overheated at all, and when I looked at task manager while running different programs, nothing took too much RAM or CPU.

My laptop is a MSI ge60, 6 GB RAM, Intel Core i5 processor, NVIDIA Geforce, Windows 8 etc etc. A pretty good laptop so I knew something was wrong when my 3 months old laptop started acting like this. I tried to find the answer for almost a week, and I finally did. What you have to do is to disable "Killer Network Manager":

1. Click on your start menu. Search for "msconfig" and open it.
2. Click on the "Services" tab, look for "Qualcomm Atheros Killer Service" and de-check it.
3. Click on the "Startup" tab, then click on "Open Task Manager".
4. Click on the "Startup" tab, look for "KillerNetManager". Right-click on it and then click Disable. Close the Task Manager.

This was posted a number of months ago.
In addition to custom drivers being posted which didn't include the Killer Manager.
In addition to the fact that the latest drivers work great and do not cause BSoD's in Windows 7 or Windows 8 now. I'm not sure about 8.1 yet.

Either way, don't revive an old thread.
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