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Apple TV streaming from my PC causes BSoD


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iahawki21

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I run Windows 7 on my Lenovo T410....when I find my home sharing device on my apple TV, I try to play songs, which are coming from my External HD. I can play the songs through iTunes without any issue on my PC, it's when Apple TV starts playing the song that my PC gets the Blue Screen. The error has something to do with "tcpip.sys". Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!
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The error has something to do with "tcpip.sys".

Too vague, please post the actual error message. ""something to do with" is not really helpful.
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in a previous thread, it said to do the following, which I do not have the KMXFW, KMXCFG and KMXCV drivers, so I'm wondering if since my PC is newer, the drivers are different?

In Device Manager, go View, click on Show hidden devices
Non-Plug, and Play Deivce folder will expand.
Find following drivers:
KMXFW, KMXCFG and KMXCV
In each case, right click on the entry, click Properties
Click Driver tab, and change Startup type from whatever it is now to Demand.
OK your way out.
Restart computer.
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