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BSOD caused by NetLimiter's nltdi.sys Error codes vary, but this is pretty constant:

SYMBOL_NAME: tdx!TdxSendConnection+2a0
IMAGE_NAME:  tdx.sys

Stack trace includes:



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migrated from Aug 11 '09 at 9:03

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Easiest thing to do -

Press F8 at startup (After BIOS, Before Windows Logo Screen), and choose "Safe Mode".

When you are in, uninstall Netlimiter

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they say you should apply recent MS patches.

Also think of the newly installed firewalls, anti-viruses, and other software that buries deep in your system.

Additionally, use the Magic Link :)

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It's either:

  • a bug in NetLimiter, in which case make sure you have the latest version
  • it's not compatible with your version of Windows, in which case you should get rid of it
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