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  1. King Mustard's Avatar
    • Intel Core i7-6700K @ 4.5 GHz
    • 16 GB DDR4-3000
    • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080
    • Microsoft Windows 10 x64


    Any ideas where to start?
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    12-08-2016 05:47 PM
  2. holdum333's Avatar
    Hi friend! Here's a thread I created about the BSOD. I'm not a expert, but I would try to help you!
    http://forums.windowscentral.com/win...have-bsod.html
    I have seen this recommended! It wouldn't hurt any thing. I don't know your computer skills, so if i go to fast, let me know.
    Drivers are a big cause for BSOD!
    For tcpip.sys the first thing I would do is update the NIC (network card) and/or WiFi
    (wireless) drivers. Check with the System Maker (Motherboard Maker for custom
    systems) if on-board and with the actual device makers' sites.
    Last edited by holdum333; 12-08-2016 at 06:28 PM.
    12-08-2016 06:09 PM
  3. King Mustard's Avatar
    Hi friend! Here's a thread I created about the BSOD. I'm not a expert, but I would try to help you!
    http://forums.windowscentral.com/win...have-bsod.html
    I additionally have this:
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    12-08-2016 06:17 PM
  4. holdum333's Avatar
    Hi You might check your Reliability Monitor And see if there's a clue there! Type Reliability Monitor in search! You will see a graft like this! See if there is a pattern.
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    12-08-2016 06:24 PM
  5. holdum333's Avatar
    Hi I just add things as they pop into my head.A blue screen of death is the worst type of error a computer can experience, unlike an application crash, which doesn’t bring down the whole system. A BSOD is the result of low-level software crashing — or faulty hardware.
    A computer in proper working state shouldn’t blue-screen at all, but no software or hardware is perfect. Even a properly functioning computer may blue screen on rare occasions for no apparent reason — possibly as the result of rare driver bugs or hardware issues.

    If your computer is regularly blue-screening, you have a problem. If you encounter a blue screen once every two years, don’t worry about it.
    12-08-2016 06:44 PM
  6. jsooney's Avatar
    I would try looking for a network driver upgrade, and maybe refresh tcpip.sys. Don't overwrite it, rename the existing tcpip.sys and copy a fresh file of the same version over it.
    holdum333 likes this.
    12-09-2016 05:41 PM

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