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nipbcfk.sys causes Windows 11 - Stop Code: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA


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Has anyone seen this error 'nipbcfk.sys causes Windows 11 - Stop Code: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA' ?
I am 
running a deployed LabVIEW application on Windows 11 and the error occurs at bootup of the system. Sometimes it takes multiple reboots to get past this an into Windows. I am working with NI support on this however they have not seen this before. I have 3 Dell laptops that are all having the same issue so the likelihood of be a hardware problem seems low. The LabVIEW application requires the 2022 Q3 Patch 1 runtime engine, NI Vision Common Resources 2022 Q3 and NI-VISA Runtime 22.5.0. 

The same application built under LabVIEW 2018 has run on numerous laptops for the last 5 years and has never had this problem under Windows 10. In fact I discovered the issue on one of the Windows 11 machines using this version of the application. NI support suggested that I rebuild under the latest 'approved' LabVIEW development system for Windows 11 application development which is 2022 Q3 running on a Windows 11 machine... As you can tell this did not correct my issues. 

The application is an image capture program that uses a 3rd party camera (3rd party drivers used) and does some simple serial communication as well to control a light source.  There is nothing special about it yet 'nipbcfk.sys' seems to have issue with Windows 11.

This issue can be seen normally within the 4th or 5th reboot. I also running 'chkdsk /r /f' from the command prompt is the easiest way to see this happen, after the check disk completes (no issues found) and Windows starts to boot it happens.
I have run memtest86 memory tests on the RAM multiple times and it passes.

Any suggestions or ideas on how to troubleshoot would be greatly appreciated!

Peter

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nipbcfk.sys is a system filter driver for the PCI bridge. All remedies you will find for PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA when a system driver is involved will be something like

"Uninstall the driver and contact the vendor"

Only NI can fix this one.

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Yup. Sorry to be less helpful. Probably the only thing you could do is to try a different manufacturers laptop which should have different hardware.

I know LabVIEW 2022Q3 runs fine on Windows 11 in my VM but that's not very useful either.

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