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BSOD W7, tcpip.sys

BSOD bluescreen error

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I been having this problem for over two years now. It used to be less and sometimes a restore helped fix it but it always ends up coming back and even a reformat didn't help.


AMD X6 3.61Ghz
W7, 64-bit
GeForce GTX 780
16 Gigs of Ram

My BSOD Happened mostly when on a browser, if I watched YouTube in HD and skipped ahead it would blue screen. It happened on Explorer, Chrome, And FireFox. Now it's almost instant and when I logg in to a multiplayer game it blue screens immediately.

I just changed from 20m to 100m and its blue screening every time I use the Internet. I have Comcast, everything else works fine.

Another weird thing is when I used to plug in my headphones to my PC Tower, as soon as I touched the usb to the tower, my PC would restart.

Faulty MB?

My BSOD reads,


Stop: 0x000000D1

Tcpip.sys - Adress FFFFF8800164618c base at FFFFF880160100, date stamp 533f5bd4

Any help would be great!

Edited by Crossfire, 24 December 2015 - 04:15 PM.

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Fixing this problem would be a really nice Christmas present.
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