If you have to manually install a driver for the device — perhaps the driver is already installed on your system — you can use the Update Driver button in the device’s Properties window. If the device driver is already installed on your system, click the “Browse my computer for driver software” link and choose an installed driver. The 1394ohci.sys bus driver is a single (monolithic) device driver, implemented by using the kernel-mode driver framework (KMDF). The legacy 1394 bus driver (available in earlier versions of Windows) includes multiple device drivers that were implemented by using the Windows Driver Model (WDM) in a port/miniport configuration. To update driver software manually: Go to Device Manager. Right click the NETGEAR adapter and select Update Driver Software. Click Browse my computer for driver software. Click Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer. Select the driver of the adapter that is shown in the table. The driver is successfully installed. Nighthawk ® 8-Stream Tri-Band WiFi 6 Router (up to 6.6Gbps) with NETGEAR Armor ™, MU-MIMO, USB 3.0 port AX6600 WiFi Router (RAX70) Nighthawk ® 8-Stream Tri-Band WiFi 6 Router (up to 6.6Gbps) with NETGEAR Armor ™, MU-MIMO, USB 3.0 port.
Consider the following scenario:
You're using a Surface 3, Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 4, or Surface Book.
You have Windows 10 installed on the device.
You're using a Marvell Wi-Fi driver version 15.68.9030.41 or 15.68.9032.47.
You're connecting to a wireless network by using a Netgear R8000 router, a Verizon MiFi series router, or an ATT Unite Pro mobile Wi-Fi hotspot.
In this scenario, you experience poor or slow network performance and you can't connect to the Internet or to resources over the wireless network.
Microsoft has identified a problem in the original version of the Marvell wireless adapter driver that shipped in Windows 10 and uses the WDI architecture. This problem can cause unstable connections in the scenario that's mentioned in the 'Symptoms' section.
Note Multiple factors can influence wireless network connectivity and throughput, including but not limited to the following:
Environmental factors, such as heavy machinery or load-bearing structures
Wireless access point/router firmware revisions,
Wireless configuration settings in use
Software that is running in Windows
Proximity to other sources of electromagnetic (EM) signals
Microsoft recommends that customers who are troubleshooting wireless issues should try to isolate as many variables as possible in order to reach a successful resolution.
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Until an updated Marvell driver is released to resolve this problem, use the following method to work around this problem:
Click Start, type regedit, and then click or tap reg.exe to start the Registry Editor.
Navigate to the following registry subkey:
Locate the item that is labeled “TxAMSDU.” Double-click this item, and then change the value from 1 to 0.
Close Registry Editor.
Click Start, click Power, and click Restart to restart Windows.
Third-party information disclaimer
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