I am trying to connect to Corporate network through VPN(4.6 / 4.8). It ends up in DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL error.
Dell Inspiron E1505.
XP Home SP-2.
I was able to connect to VPN for past eight months. I have been working in the network with out any problems. Last month I had some problems in my laptop and ended up in formatting it. I have used the default OS installation CD shipped along with the laptop. But after the re-installation, the system started failing. I have never been able to connect after that.
This problem is not only with me, one of my colleague is also having this problem.
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I have kind of figured out the root cause. I have been using a tool to connect to Internet. This tool seems to lock the dne system (Not sure what happens behind the scenes). So when I connect to VPN then, the system crashes.
I couldn't notice this before because usually I connect to Internet and then to corporate network. Hence I could notice this in the past.
When I un-instaled the tool and used just the VPN, the system works just fine. I think the problem is because if the combination of my Internet service provider's tool, DNE and VPN does not go together.
I am fine with using this workaround, so I left digging further. The point still I am surprised is; the same combinations were working before I actually crashed my system in the past.
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