I make my first steps with PXI system. Yesterday whole day I installed the drivers for my PXI. At the beginning it was simple, till I install NI-DMM for the multimeter PXI-4065. After installing this app my PC reboot and by windows initialization I got the BLUE screen. Hard-Reboot and open NI-MAX all PXI devices were inactive (with red cross) and my PXI-chasis could not be recognised.
When I remove NI-DMM then my PXI-chasis appears again with the other PXI-cards in NI-MAX.
I tried also with old Driver for NI-DMM without success.
I assume, it is driver conflict.
Has anybody an idea, how to solve this problem?
Thank you very much in Advance.
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This could be related to Thunderbolt enumeration. Could you check for Thunderbolt enumeration options in the BIOS? Something like Native vs BIOS, Legacy vs. OS, etc. might make a difference in successfully enumerating the chassis with the additional device inserted.
Whether this works or not, please provide photos of any Thunderbolt-specific menus, since it might help understand the options.
On top of checking out the BIOS options, do you remember what message appeared when you got the Blue Screen of Death (BSoD)? This may give us an idea of what the issue.
Anytime a BSoD happens, the computer should produce a memory dump file. Can you check to see if there's a MEMORY.dmp file in C:\Windows that was create around the time that you saw the BSoD? It should be a fairly large file, generally a little over a GB. If that's there, can you send that in? I don't know what the file size limit for the forums is, so if you can't post it here, you can try copying it to our FTP site at ftp://ftp.ni.com/incoming using a Windows Explorer.
If there's no MEMORY.DMP, I can send instruction on how to manually induce a BSoD so that one gets created.
it comes "DRIVER_VERIFIER_DETECTED_VIOLATION" as a message with the blue screen.
Thank you very much for your help.
the error in the before replay from me is wrong. The right error message is "DRIVER_VERIFIER_DMA_VIOLATION".
I tried to upload the MEMORY.dmp to your link without success. No rights to do this.
so it was possible to upload the MEMORY.dmp. You will find in your upload Folder under MEMORY.zip
in attachment you will find the list of installed devices. This list appears only after second Windows start.
in attachment I add the error description extracted the from dmp-file.
Can you try going into the BIOS menu and disabling Kernel DMA Protection? This is a new feature of Windows that we've seen interfere with some of our hardware. NI is currently working on a different solution for this, but at this time, disabling Kernel DMA Protection is the only solution.
If your BIOS doesn't give you the option to toggle Kernel DMA Protection, you can also try disabling Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VTd)? This should give you the same result.
Thank you very much.
It was very helpful suggestion. I found in BIOS the setting "DMA Protection" and disabled.
Now the Windows 10 works properly without blue screen.