Layered Service Provider


  1.    24 Feb 2007 #1
    Mossie Guest

    Layered Service Provider


    Hi.

    Occasionally when Vista wakes from sleep mode I have no internet
    connection. Right clicking on the network icon and selecting "Diagnose
    and Repair" brings up a message stating "Layered Service Provider is
    outdated" it gives the option of removing the component or repairing.
    Choosing repair usually brings another message with a few options, one
    of which is to reset my network adapter. If I choose this it usually
    solves the problem. Is ther anyway I can prevent this happening? Can I
    replace the outdated Layered Service Provider? My network adapter is an
    "NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller" and I am using the latest driver
    for this. My internet provider supplied no software. Access to the
    internet is through a D-Link I524 router, connected to a wireless
    receiver on the roof as I have no DSL access. Normally connection
    speeds etc are fine except for this problem.

    Has anyone experienced similar issues?

    Mossie
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2.    24 Feb 2007 #2
    Richard G. Harper Guest

    Re: Layered Service Provider


    Sounds like a buggy driver, most likely the network card though it could
    also be a power control chip driver on the motherboard. The most likely
    cure will be updated drivers, though for now you could eschew the use of
    standby modes that cause the problem.

    --
    Richard G. Harper [MVP Shell/User] rgharper@gmail.com
    * NEW! Catch my blog ... http://msmvps.com/blogs/rgharper/
    * PLEASE post all messages and replies in the newsgroups
    * The Website - http://rgharper.mvps.org/
    * HELP us help YOU ... http://www.dts-l.org/goodpost.htm


    "Mossie" <mo55ie@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:OPR3pLAWHHA.896@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
    > Hi.
    >
    > Occasionally when Vista wakes from sleep mode I have no internet
    > connection. Right clicking on the network icon and selecting "Diagnose
    > and Repair" brings up a message stating "Layered Service Provider is
    > outdated" it gives the option of removing the component or repairing.
    > Choosing repair usually brings another message with a few options, one of
    > which is to reset my network adapter. If I choose this it usually solves
    > the problem. Is ther anyway I can prevent this happening? Can I replace
    > the outdated Layered Service Provider? My network adapter is an "NVIDIA
    > nForce Networking Controller" and I am using the latest driver for this.
    > My internet provider supplied no software. Access to the internet is
    > through a D-Link I524 router, connected to a wireless receiver on the roof
    > as I have no DSL access. Normally connection speeds etc are fine except
    > for this problem.
    >
    > Has anyone experienced similar issues?
    >
    > Mossie



      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  3.    24 Feb 2007 #3
    Mossie Guest

    Re: Layered Service Provider


    Richard G. Harper wrote:
    > Sounds like a buggy driver, most likely the network card though it could
    > also be a power control chip driver on the motherboard. The most likely
    > cure will be updated drivers, though for now you could eschew the use of
    > standby modes that cause the problem.
    >

    Ok. I will avoid sleep mode for now, and try for drivers.
    Thanks.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  4.    24 Feb 2007 #4
    Kerry Brown Guest

    Re: Layered Service Provider


    "Mossie" <mo55ie@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:OPR3pLAWHHA.896@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
    > Hi.
    >
    > Occasionally when Vista wakes from sleep mode I have no internet
    > connection. Right clicking on the network icon and selecting "Diagnose
    > and Repair" brings up a message stating "Layered Service Provider is
    > outdated" it gives the option of removing the component or repairing.
    > Choosing repair usually brings another message with a few options, one of
    > which is to reset my network adapter. If I choose this it usually solves
    > the problem. Is ther anyway I can prevent this happening? Can I replace
    > the outdated Layered Service Provider? My network adapter is an "NVIDIA
    > nForce Networking Controller" and I am using the latest driver for this.
    > My internet provider supplied no software. Access to the internet is
    > through a D-Link I524 router, connected to a wireless receiver on the roof
    > as I have no DSL access. Normally connection speeds etc are fine except
    > for this problem.
    >
    > Has anyone experienced similar issues?
    >
    > Mossie



    Look for an updated BIOS for your motherboard. In many cases sleep/resume
    problems are caused by ACPI not being implemented quite right. You can get
    some great troubleshooting tips for sleep/resume here:

    http://jvert.spaces.live.com/blog/cn...63E3!373.entry

    --
    Kerry Brown
    Microsoft MVP - Shell/User
    http://www.vistahelp.ca


      My System SpecsSystem Spec

Layered Service Provider

Similar Threads
Thread Forum
Emails from Service Provider
I am unable to receive emails from my service provider via windows mail. They email address does not appear to be blocked and I have set up the...
Vista mail
What do I type in the POP box and the SMPT box so I can send and receive emails. My service provider is my service provider is insightbb.com
Vista mail
Can not connect to service provider email.
It accepts my msn account but I can not get my service provider email accounts to work. Suggestions what I might try next?
Live Messenger
Windows Mail friendly service provider
Looking for an e-mail provider that satisfies Windows Mail requirements. Any suggestions? Can't spend a lot. Use-small business. m.t.
Vista mail
Internet Service Provider for hotmail
Can you provide me with an Internet connection ? If I need an ISP to use hotmail what is the interest of hotmail, as my ISP already provides me...
.NET General
(LSP) Layered Service Provider is Outdated
I loose my connection frequenly, I have to reboot to get it back but I ran a test on the network it tells me that my Layered Service Provider is...
Vista General
PDIHWCTL service failed, EventID: 7000, Source: Service Control Manager Eventlog Provider
Any ideas on what to do about the following? It appears ever reboot on my Vista x64 Ultimate box. ----------------------- Source: Service...
Vista General

Our Sites
  • Ten Forums
  • Eight Forums
  • Seven Forums
  • Help Me Bake
  • Site Links
  • Contact Us
  • Privacy and Cookies
  • Old server
    About Us
    Windows Vista Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. "Windows 10" and related materials are trademarks of Microsoft Corp.

    Designer Media Ltd
    All times are GMT -5. The time now is 02:19.
    .