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BSOD adapi.sys and tcpip.sys


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Eduardzz

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Hey guys,I'm new here,and after reading some of another people bsod I decided to post mine and see if someone can give me a hand.
While I was writing this I had a few bsod already.I'm gonna post the 2 most important ones.I've tried to find some fixes but no luck.I just re-installed the windows today,and bsod already.While I'm downloading,watching videos on youtube or video player,while playing games always blue screen of death.Im going crazy.Im pretty sure when I update some of my drivers I get more ofter bsod,so I used system restore to the point where I didn't updated all my drivers.Im sure one is related to a network adapter driver,the tcpip.sys.
If I posted them wrong tell me,I just want to fix this bsod,Im simply dying here.Thx.

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Zip up the last 4 or 5 dumps in C:\Windows\minidump into a single .zip file, and upload the zip file here so we can look at it.
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Ok here they are:

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One of the dumps is corrupted.

One indicates b57xp32.sys - Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet as the probable cause.

Two others indicate atapi.sys and intelppm.sys (both Microsoft files) as the probable cause but I'm sure tit is something else.

I would start by looking for a new driver for your Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit netowrk card.
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