if you see last posts, you show my problem that is similar to your. But I h=
other card, Shuttle USB PN15 (aka Airvast).
I haven't found solution yet.
El Domingo, 30 de Enero de 2005 15:20, Chris Audley escribi=F3:
> Hi there,
> I've got a new SMC2862W-G (USB 54Mbit Prism chipset) which i've been tryi=
> to get working with limited success. Everything works fine until I try to
> transfer a large amount of data across the link. After a second or so of
> heavy traffic the machine freezes.
> I'm using the win drivers which came with the adapter (driver smc2862w
> SMC,10/14/2004, 18.104.22.168), and I've tried ndiswrapper 1.0rc4 and the rece=
> 1.0 release.
> I've tried this with two machines - both EPIA M10Ks (32bit C3-2), with a
> 2.6.9 and a 2.6.10 kernel - with 8k stacks configured. I've also tried it
> with preempt on and off, and I've tried disabling ACPI as well. None of
> these changes seems to make any difference.
> If I set DEBUG to 1/2/3 when building the driver, the machine no longer
> freezes (debugging slow down obviously stops the problem being hit), but
> the interface does lock after about 10 seconds and no more data is passed.
> The debug logs don't show anything obviously wrong. The only obvious
> 'errors' are log lines like this, which are shown quite a few times during
> driver init:
> ndiswrapper (miniport_set_info:219): miniport_set_info failed: bufsize: 4=
> written: 12, needed: 12
> During transfer, there are just hundreds of these log lines, even when the
> transfer has frozen and ifconfig is showing no data transfer:
> ndiswrapper (ExAllocatePoolWithTag:300): Enter pool_type: 0, size: 1876,
> tag: 1650873666 ndiswrapper (ExAllocatePoolWithTag:310): return value =3D
> ndiswrapper (ExAllocatePoolWithTag:300): Enter pool_type: 0, size: 64, ta=
> 1919309122 ndiswrapper (ExAllocatePoolWithTag:310): return value =3D c7e6=
> Can anyone give me any hints as to what else I can try, or what other info
> I can provide which might help track down the problem?
> Thanks in advance,