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By yyang ·
after changing the hardware configuration on a laptop from "original" to a new one without network suport, the laptop constantly gets the dreaded blue screen with every shutdown. however, if you choose the "orginal configuration mode",which does have network support at boot up, instead of the new one that I've named "No Network Support", it does not cause the crash. has anyone encountered this error and if, "yes", how did you go around it. the error from the blue screen defintely points to ahardware driver problem
"KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED".

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by dmiles In reply to NT hardware profiles

WINNT is detecting NIC wrong
Open Control Panel and right-click Network neighborhood,select properties,double click on the network card
Select the Advanced Tab
Change the network support value to No

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by estebandelatorre In reply to NT hardware profiles

1.- Delete the strange profile.
2.- Make a "copy as" name: no_nic from the working profile.
3.- Boot the machine using the new profile created. (notice that no changes have been aplied to the no_nic profile!!)
4.- Log in using a local admin account with the no_nic profile, disconnected from the network.
5.- Remove the nic card from the adaptor's tab

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