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BSOD tcpip.sys reboot EVERYTIME


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Ricardo Velasco Guachalla

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PLEASE HELP! every time i turn off my computer it just star loading windows vista and then it flashes a blue screen and it reboots, i cant acces with safe mode it shows some like this
tcpip.sys


stop: 0*00000050 (0*9e07febd, 0*000000001, 0*83e8003, 0*00000002)

tcpip.sys address 838e8003 base at 8380c000, datestamp 4c18d4ab

PLEASE I NEED YOUR HELP
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:welcome: Ricardo Velasco Guachalla

You need to provide information about your computer, this includes is it a notebook or desktop, is it a custom build or brand name such as Dell or HP, if it is provide the model name or series number (not serial) providing these details will enable others to better assist you.

PLEASE HELP! every time i turn off my computer it just star loading windows vista and then it flashes a blue screen and it reboots,

Just to clarify this happens when you shut down and not when you boot up!

Do you have either a Vista or System Restore disk?
If not see method two @ http://www.vistax64....estore-how.html
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Ricardo Velasco Guachalla

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Hi phillpower2 thanks for the response, my computer is a Lenovo ideapad y510 is a laptop, the problem happens everytime i boot up so i cant iniciate my computer, i will try to do method two thanks
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tcip.sys is a valid Windows driver. However it can be hijacked by Malware, personally as the adove post said, use a Vista disc
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Ricardo Velasco Guachalla

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SOLVED Thanks!!! but i cant use internet it says the service or group dependecy failed to start, any recommendations?? thanks!
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go to the device manager...any yellow ! or ? marks...
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Thanks for picking that up happy - I missed that latter part of post #5 :whistling:
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Thanks for picking that up happy - I missed that latter part of post #5 :whistling:

no problem...I thought you were out playing a round of golf... :lol:
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Not with our British weather I`m afraid :o
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Ricardo Velasco Guachalla

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not at all... everything seems to be ok
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