A few weeks ago I started getting BSODs -- mostly in TCPIP.SYS, but occassionally Memory Parity.
I had some viruses which are now all removed.
I got new memory -- didn't fix it.
Over time I was able to narrow it down like this:
IE 6, 7, 8 -- all cause BSOD after anywhere from a few minutes to an hour
Google Chrome, Firefox -- all cause BSOD after anywhere from a few minutes to an hour
iTunes store -- causes BSOD after a few minutes (I believe the store is HTTP based)
Remote Desktop -- works fine; ran it all night with no problems
FTP -- works fine
SQL -- works fine; ran a program all night that queried remote DB. (Used Wireshark to verify it's using TCP as opposed to UDP.)
So -- is there some HTTP operation that is corrupted and causing TCPIP.SYS to BSOD? Or is there something unique about HTTP that is putting some hardware load on the NIC and causing the BSOD.
This is bizarre!