Good morning: I upgraded to Windows 10 and I found a memory leak. I checked with poolmon and found the tag Nbuf, which is associated to netio.sys driver, as the cause of the problem. If I'm right this is my network adapter driver. The model I'm using is 'Qualcomm Atheros QCA9565' and the drive is supposed to be the last one, version 10.0.0.308 from 11 December 2014. I tried to find a newer version without success. Did anyone have the same issue? Could you help me?
Sep 22, 2015 Hi, after an update of W10 my wlan Qualcomm Atheros QCA9565 has stopped working on my HP envy laptop. Free Download Qualcomm Atheros QCA9565 Bluetooth 4.0 Adapter Driver 10.0.1.15 for Windows 10 Creators Update (Bluetooth).
Thank you so much, Miguel Antonio. I found an updated driver (March 2015) for windows 7 here I installed it and also disabled some start up services, turned off spybot and uninstalled some programs. Qualcomm Atheros Bluetooth Driver Windows 10 more. I see the Nbub tag memory usage growing and growing. Is there any way to stop it? Maybe a generic driver or a way to stop the process without losing internet access? Do you think if I contact Qualcomm they will bring me a solution?
I've also seen that the netio.sys driver is associated to other network adapters in device manager, not to the Qualcomm Atheros. I cannot find an update netio.sys driver. BTW it's dated from 2006.
I think is a generic driver from Microsoft. Thank you again. Wan Miniport Pppoe Driver Windows 10.
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