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BSOD - something to do with tcpip.sys?


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Hello there!

I'm having some problems with my computer. I keep getting blue screens and all I have time to read is:
*** tcpip.sys - Adress FFFFF8800167EDB6 base at F........

I rared all minidumps and tried to attatch them here aswell but it wouldn't let me =(
Someone know what to do?

Thanks in advance! :D
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Ah, when I made it a *.zip file I was able to upload it. It contains my last 9 minidumps.

I thought I should include some more information aswell, the computer is put together by me and all parts are brand new except the DVD-ROM and the case.

I can "reproduce" the error by simply looking at Youtube.

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Got another crash and this time it was e1q62x64.sys who caused it. Googled a little and and found out that it might be Intels ethernet driver, looked it up and the latest driver was version 16.0 and the installed one was 11. smth. Updated it and now will see what happens...

Hope this is solved now :D
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And it didn't work....
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I solved it now, posting here so other members with the same problem can find this solution.

The root to the problem is the motherboard ASUS Crosshair IV Extreme and a bad driver to Intel 82583V Gigabit Ethernet controller, you need to update to driver version 11.7.32.1003 and you can't do that directly from Intels webpage since they don't have the driver you need, instead you need to download it from the following link: http://www.interuplo...l_LAN.rar_links

Source: http://vip.asus.com/...page=1&count=75
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