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BSOD Help! I've tried everything


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tlminh

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Hi guys, I tend to be fairly good at computers but this one is over my head and I am reaching to this forum for help

I keep getting BSOD with tcpip.sys error everytime I stream video on the internet. It has gotten worse lately and has been happening a few times a day

I have attached my zipped dmp files for your review, please help!

AMD 1100T
Asus ROG Crossfire IV extreme
Palit 560Ti
16GB Corsair Vengeance
Windows 7

Thanks!

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Ztruker

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You said you tried everything, so what exactly have you tried? No point in repeating things you've already done.
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I've run MSE, C-Cleaner, ad-aware.
I've looked online for solutions but they don't correlate with the software I have installed.
I've updated my drivers and updated windows.
:( not sure what else, thanks for any tips you may have
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I just reinstalled my Win 7 Pro so do not have WinDBG and Symbol files installed yet. I'll do that as soon as I can then I can look at the dumps.
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Okay, each dump points to e1q62x64.sys as the cause.

One fix is here: Solved - Another tcpip.sys and e1q62x64 BSOD on Windows 7
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