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tcpip.sys BSOD, need minidump genius

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I have been googling all day to no avail to why I am having so many BSODs lately. In this forum I have read a few threads where the poster uploaded their minidump.dmp and someone intelligent used BlueScreenView to figure out which driver was likely at fault. I am looking at my minidump with that program and am still needing help. I know that my BSOD shows tcpip.sys with 0xd1 which means another driver made tcpip.sys go into fault and trigger the BSOD.

So, is there someone who can view my attached minidump.dmp and point me in the right direction? :D

The crashes have been happening on and off for a few months, but more recently in the last few days. As far as I know I have not installed, changed, or updated anything in this timeframe, except for AVG updating itself automatically.

In the meantime I will check windows update for driver updates for everything, I'll check for BIOS updates, and anything else someone can suggest to me.

Thanks in advance for your help!!!


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