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kiddagoat

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I have been having this same BSoD since I built my machine about 3 weeks ago. I have tried new drivers, I have updated all of my software. The error randomly occurs whether I am playing a game, browsing the web, or my computer is sitting idle. I have tried the onboard NIC as well as a USB Wireless card. The issue still occurs. I am running NOD32 antivirus software and I have my windows firewall turned off. The attached dumpfile shows what I have been getting in BlueScreenView for the past 3 weeks.

I have tried a WinSock reset. I even tried the msinfo32 as listed on microsoft's website. I have 8 elements under the Components -> Network -> Protocol. According to MS I should have 10.

My RAIDs are reporting no issues and I am not experiencing any thermal issues.

Thoughts??

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Ztruker

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I found one post in a thread here: BSOD STOP in tcpip.sys 0X000000D1 that pointed to two hotfixes:

kb976527
kb977067

On my Win 7 Pro X64 system, the tcpip.sys info is:

Version: 6.1.7601.17514
Size: 1.83MB
Date Modified: 11/20/2010
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I have tried to install both updates/hotfixes. Everytime I goto install them, I get an error saying that the particular update does not apply to this computer. I am really considering a repair install of Windows 7. I do have SP1 installed if that helps.
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I've read several reports saying you should uninstall SP1 before doing a Repair install. Not sure if this is necessary but it can't hurt. Reinstall SP1 after the repair completes.
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