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Coulthon

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Hey Guys
 
I have been getting a blue screen for a while now
 
DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL(tcpip.sys)
 
Any chance you could take a look and give me some advice.
 
I have added the dump files
 
Thanks in advance

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Ztruker

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One dump points to nvlddmkm.sys which belongs to the Nvidia driver.

 

Others all point to netio.sys. From what I can find, this is almost always caused by your anti-virus.

 

Do you have McAfee or AVG? If so, uninstall and use the built in Windows Defender, at least for a test period.

I use Windows Defender along with Malwarenytes Anti Malware Premium and Malwarebytes Anti Exploit.

 

See if that solves the problem.


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Coulthon

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Thanks Rich

 

I don't use McAfee or AVG so will try uninstalling my GF exp as that's had an error for a while...

 

See if that makes a difference.


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Ztruker

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Let me know how you make out.

Might also want to look at updating your video driver.
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