The Graphical Device Interface handles all the functions needed to produce images on your screen, including keyboard and mouse functions, as well as print services. It can be affected by your video card driver so make sure that you visit the manufacturer's web site and make sure you have the latest drivers for your card.
About debugging the NDIS
I would try installing the latest drivers for your Video card.
To do this start in Safe Mode, go to the control panel, Display Adapters, and remove your present card.
On reboot the Hardware wizard should discover it, and provide an opportunity to install the drivers,
Another method may be to install a fresh copy of NDIS.vxd available at the
Another question would be ,, if this error suddenly started ,, what did you do to the PC?? what changes were made?
Have you tried system restore?? to a point where there was no issue??