This may be related to a known issue that comes from a feature on some processors called ECRC (End-to-end Cyclic Redundancy Code). This extra feature is rarely used, but some Intel chips ship with it enabled by default. Certain modules are unable to handle this optional feature, which causes the system to crash. There are a couple of options to resolve this issue:
- Disable ECRC on the host. This process varies from computer to computer and is often not a trivial process. Contact your motherboard vendor for more information on this process.
- Switch to a host computer that does not implement ECRC, or a PXIe device that is not affected by it.
- Contact NI Support for further explanation.