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Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) is an application programming interface for network interface cards (such as your Ethernet connection). Data was attempted to be transferred, but is not permitted. This may be caused by a bug in the network driver.
This is a fatal Windows error, typically called a Stop message, Bug Check, or more commonly the Blue Screen of Death (BSoD). The system is in a forced reboot state. Any unsaved work is likely lost.
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You may need to perform both these operations from an Administrator account. Also be careful on what you uninstall, as some devices are required for Windows to operate and/or access the internet to get updates.
First uninstall the problem driver if still installed. To do this:
Open the run dialog (Windows key + R) and type devmgmt.msc to start the Device Manager. Locate the type of device, and click on the device. Often this will show a secondary list of devices. Select the specific problem device.
Select the Driver Tab, and click on Uninstall.
When complete, select Ok. In some cases a reboot will be necessary.
Then install a newer version of the driver that corrects the issue or use an alternative software product that has a valid driver.
While BSoD fatal stop errors are identified by Microsoft Windows, they are often caused by
non-Microsoft applications, drivers and hardware issues.
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