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BSOD windows 7 tcpip error

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I have recently been experiencing BSOD in windows 7 professional. I get an error telling me TCPIP.sys is to blame. I originally did a virus scan and emptied out anything that may be causing it. This had no effect. I have now reformatted my hard drive reinstalled windows with a few key components (flash,Java, anti-virus), still the BSOD is occurring. Sometimes after a few minutes sometimes after a few hours. I have now reinstalled drivers done a memory and hard drive check with results being fine.

Any idea on how to solve this would be great and so helpful.

I am including the boot files

Many thanks

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