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Random BSOD on my computers PLZ Help

bsod tcpip.sys

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ghost_recon84

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Please nid help my internet cafe is having random BSOD everyday tcpip.sys from playing league of legends or crossfire online and even just browsing the internet my drivers are up to date scanned for viruses or malware , my computers are brand new newly acquired pls can anyone help me . im going crazy ive researching for months and asking for help 

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If unable to get help here, search the web for "usasma BSOD" (without the quotes)


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Looks like the BSOD was caused by tdx.sys, which is a networking component.

Try updating your networking drivers to the latest versions. In addition, try turning off your anti-virus when playing League of Legends, as that may cause issues as well.
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lolclient.exe is also indicated in the first dump.

lol.exe in 2nd dump.

League of Lege in 3rd dump.

 

These all belong to League Of Legends so I'd say you need an updated version. If you are using an hacked download version get the real thing and see what happens.


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