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tcpip.sys and netwns64.sys bsod issues


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LogicB0mb

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Hi I am having multiple bsod crashes as a result of tcpip.sys and just a few have resulted from netwns64.sys. I have run bluescreen review to get that information but am not sure what other information you may need to help or how to gather it. I am running an alienware mx17 r4 running windows 7 home premium.I have reinstalled windows and updated all drivers and still the bsod issues happen, i can be doing nothing or simply browsing the internet it dosn't seem to really happen at any specific time. please let me know what information you need to help me attempt to resolve and how i get it.

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:welcome: LogicB0mb

From the details that we have I suspect that the problem is with the Intel wireless driver/s.
Did you install the drivers in the correct order as detailed at the attached link http://forum.noteboo...re-systems.html
If you did not I suggest that you start afresh.
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after searching i am now including a zip file of my minidump

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