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BSOD-TCPIP.sys issues


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rhs5858

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I've been receiving the BSOD with the TCPIP.sys file as the culprit for a month or two now on a semi regular basis. Am wondering if there is a simple fix and how to go about it. I've read some other posts on this and copied the dump files, which are attached. Any help would be phenomenal.

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Hi,

Have you tried updating your networking drivers? Do you use a wired or wireless connection?

What is your anti-virus/firewall setup?
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Haven't tried anything as of yet, didn't want to mess anything up any farther.

Use a wireless connection and use Spyware Doctor with Antivirus.

Appreciate any help.
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