I get a random BSOD, even when the computer idles.

Already tried:

  • memtest - ok
  • scandisk - ok
  • netsh int ip reset
  • Winsock fix.

tcpip.sys+2c13e 21.06.2011 15:21:00 DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

tcpip.sys+2de08 22.06.2011 15:09:28 DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

tcpip.sys+2de08 22.06.2011 16:09:31 DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

tcpip.sys+2c13e 23.06.2011 9:48:16 DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

Fastfat.SYS+4dc 21.06.2011 11:55:10 SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED

ipnat.sys ipnat.sys+6751
ntoskrnl.exe ntoskrnl.exe+699e0
tcpip.sys tcpip.sys+2c13e 0

HTTP.sys HTTP.sys+15d00
ipnat.sys ipnat.sys+6751
tcpip.sys tcpip.sys+2de08

ipnat.sys ipnat.sys+6751
ntoskrnl.exe ntoskrnl.exe+79d94
tcpip.sys tcpip.sys+2c13e

Fastfat.SYS Fastfat.SYS+4dc
ntkrnlpa.exe ntkrnlpa.exe+8d820

HTTP.sys HTTP.sys+15d00
ipnat.sys ipnat.sys+6751
tcpip.sys tcpip.sys+2de08

Here is .dmp files and report generated by BlueScreenView.

I know this questions, but its answers did not help: Only browser causes BSOD — all other TCP operations okay.


This looks like it can be a few things:

  1. Network driver hardware error.
  2. Network card/chip problem/broken.
  3. Windows TCP/IP stack has become corrupt.
  4. Power management error.

The solutions are:

  1. Try updating the driver.
  2. Purchase a new card.
  3. Try going to a command prompt (elevated) and type SFC /SCANNOW.
  4. Try looking in the BIOS and possibly lower the supported power mode.

4b). In addition, possibly look and see if there are any chipset/system updates for your machine as it could be more related to power management features than the network card directly.

Hope this helps, but, BSODs are one thing that are very hard to help with remotely.

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