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The Bug_Check were D1 CAUSE Rt630x64.sys Realtek 8136/8168/8169 PCI/PCIe Adapters.
BugCheck D1, 28, 2, 1, fffff88001cc6cd3
Probably caused by : Rt630x64.sys ( Rt630x64+1b525 )
Rt630x64.sys dated 6/12/2012 Realtek 8136/8168/8169 PCI/PCIe Adapters.
fffff880`06278000 fffff880`06321000 Rt630x64 T (no symbols)
Loaded symbol image file: Rt630x64.sys
Image path: \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\Rt630x64.sys
Image name: Rt630x64.sys
Install the latest RealTek NIC (Wired) driver update.
RTL8168/8169 <- this should be the latest driver update available at this time.
Check with Sony Support, their on-line documentation and drivers, and ask in their forums
about any known issues.
Update the BIOS, chipset drivers, and the other major on-board and
separate device drivers.
Use all the other methods as needed in the previously posted troubleshooters.
Hope this helps.
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Restart the laptop
You were playing a game when suddenly an error message popped up? You can try to reboot your system to see if this error could be a glitch. Many errors can be fixed by a simple reboot as it is not impossible that the system malfunctions after long-time working. What it needs is just a break and a restart. If you can't restart it normally, you can force reboot it.
Check if hardware is working properly
If you still receive BSOD in Windows 8 with DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL ndis.sys error message after you perform a clean installation of your Operating System, it's certain that this problem should be caused by a bad hardware. You can test each piece of hardware devices and find out and then replace the problematic one.