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BSOD errors Driver_irql tcpip.sys Resolved


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I have had frequent blue screen errors whenever i attempt to do a heavy amount of work on my laptop. Such as play League of Legends, or after watching a lot of youtube videos. 

The BSOD errors seem to occur more frequently when I would do what i mentioned before.

I have attempted to fix it on my own, but to my best skill I believe I have more than one error causing this and I am unable to find the program that causes these errors.

I have also notice people include minidumps for these types of errors so I have done exactly that.

Hope someone can help!!!

 

The first one happened at random as I was using my computer. The oldest one happened while i was playing league of legends.

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One was caused by the miniport wifi.

nwifi.sys which normally can be resolved with the newest NativeWiFi Miniport Driver which you can get at the Windows Update page.

The first one was caused by the tcpip.sys which is part of the Microsoft TCP/IP Driver (networking related) which may be resolved by updating the above driver.


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Ok! Excellent Thank you very much!!! But, i have two more problems.

 

I have scoured google and my Device Manager page and I can't find the specified driver. Or anything on updating my tcpip.sys, furthermore, My windows update has no updates on the NativeWifi Miniport Driver. I have looked for a website on the driver, but all that comes up are descriptions on what it is, and no downloads.


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That is a Windows core file and I believe once the nwifi.sys is updated then the other will be resolved since they both have to do with the network of Windows.


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Ah, yes I understand. But I am having trouble locating it anywhere on the internet. Only descriptions of what is Native wifi miniport pop up. And if i do find a program, they apparently require me to pay. Is there a website where I may find it?

 

Edit: Also I downloaded WhoCrashed and its conclusion was that Killer Network was causing the error. I attempted to update my e220 driver but my internet did not work and there was a yellow exclamation mark over the driver. I system restored and I am at a loss of what to do.


Edited by JJskywalker, 03 May 2014 - 04:04 PM.

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OK let me try. Can you give me the make and model of your system please. If this is a custom build then I need the make and model of the motherboard.


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Manufacturer: MSI_NB

Model: GT70 2OC/2OD


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Is this a laptop?


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Yes


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Hmm strange I can find no drivers for it even on MSI's website.


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Ah, well I guess i'll keep attempting to fix it. WhoCrashed is slightly helpful, since I don't have a database to look off of. It seems sometimes the error is able to register on it and other times its just unable to explain it. nwifi.sys and tcpip.sys has stopped bluescreening for awhile. Now it is having kernel security errors.

 

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Try this and let me know what it shows.

 

Download DriverMax and have it scan your system. It will open their website with all the out of date drivers you can update. With the free version you can update only 2 drivers per day so if you have a lot of them it will take a few days to get everything updated. I have been using it for about a year now and like it better then any other utility out there for keeping my drivers up to date.
If you want you can post screenshots of all the drivers in the list that need to be updated and I will suggest in what order to get them.


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I am back after several days and I will say after constant use DriverMax is an excellent piece of software :) Even when you can't find the driver, it finds it for you and updates. I have no more Bsods for now


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That is great to hear and since the issue has now been resolved I will markl this topic as solved. I am very happy to say Congratulations. :rockon: for a successful resolution for your issue.

I'm glad we could help and please let us know how everything works out for you.
If there is anything else we can do to help please feel free to ask. I appreciate that you allowed us to assist you with your issue and for your patience.
Thank you for choosing GeeksToGo for help. :thumbsup: :ph34r:  
This issue now appears to be resolved.

 
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From the bottom of my geek heart I want to thank you very much for your assistance. I had attempted to do these fixes on my own and over a long period of time, maybe 2 months or so I had given up and I accepted the fact that ill have to deal with BSOD's for the length of time I would own this computer. 

 

In less than maybe 3 days time you helped me solve what I could not, and as from my previous post to this day im still BSOD free. This was probably an indefinite fix until my computer becomes obsolete.

 

And for one final time Thank You Very Much!!!


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