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WIN 7 BSOD, tcpip.sys, minidump included


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Hi, i would like to analyse my minidump files, i keep getting bsod recently while playing games or just watching movies, dunno what causes it. Thanks to anyone who could help.

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Bump, noone? I use win7 enterprise N (without explorer and media player), I have i5 2300, 4GB ram (4x1), 2x1TB HDD in RAID0 (stripe), AMD 6870.. I have been experiencing this BSODs for like a month but there was no change in my computer, not hardware nor software, so I'm just really desperate. Thanks
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