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DistyNova

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Hello. Recently i have a problem with my pc. I'm getting bsod during startup. It usually takes me 4-6 restarts to finally boot my pc without bsod and after that there is no problem as long i don't turn it off.
I have used bluescreenview to get all crash reports. and i'm attaching them to this post. Attached File  bsod view.txt   39.49KB   158 downloads

my PC:
motherboard: asus M4A78LT-M
cpu: AMD Phenom II x4 3.2Ghz
network adapter TP-Link TF-3239DL(displaying as Realtek RTL8139/810x)
[i'm using it because for some unknown reason network adapter integrated in motherboard is not working(it cant be detected)]
Graphic card: ati Radeon hd 5700 series
HDD: seagate 1TB
RAM: 2x8gb 2x2gb [strangely pc didnt work with only 2x8gb ram]

[English is not my native language so i'm sorry if my grammar makes no sense.]

I think it would be all data i could possibly provide.
i hope you will be able to help me.
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Ztruker

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Try this.

Boot to Safe Mode.
Open Device Manager.
Expand Network Adapters.
Right click on the TP-Link TF-3239D adapter and select Uninstall.
Reboot.

Windows will detect the TP-Link TF-3239D adapter and reload the drivers. See if that resolves the problem.
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DistyNova

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I've followed your advice. and at first attempt i got one time netio.sys bsod[but there was is dmp file for that in minidump folder]. But later every attempt to boot up pc was successful and free of bsod. So it looks like everything should be fine from now on :)

Thank you very much for your help.
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Ztruker

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Fingers crossed!!! Good luck.
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