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Windows BSOD IRQL tcpip.sys Windows 10

Discussion in 'Software' started by David13, 10 Sep 2020.

  1. David13

    David13 Member

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    Hi,

    I have received multiple BSOD this evening. Two were IRQL tcpip.sys and the third (but first chronologically was a System Thread Not Handled NETIO.sys which happened about 5 minutes before the IRQL BSOD.

    From my limited PC knowledge, I think it is something to do with the network drivers and from a bit of web browsing it seems to be from the Nvidia drivers?

    I have attached the contents of the dump file after viewing through WinDbg for the IRQL BSOD. I have also attached a screen grab showing the BSOD from BlueScrrenView.

    I have tried to do some reading into it, but this is far beyond my skillset. The pc had a new clean install about 40 days ago, 10 days after removed Malware Bytes (PC shop installed in) and installed Kasperksy. The free trial expired today and I activated it this morning. Apart from that there has been a windows update installed recently and the graphics card drivers were last updated to the lastest version on the 17/08/2020. Apart from a few Warzone updates and the above mentioned, there have been no other changes to the system.

    Thank you in advance to any and all help.
     

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  2. RedFlames

    RedFlames ...is not a Belgian football team

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    Jettison both Kaspersky and Malwarebytes... update network drivers where possible...

    IIRC both are notorious for causing that kind of BSoD
     
  3. David13

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    Tried running memtest again. Threw so issues up.... Think it might be new ram time...
     

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