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Thread: BSOD tcpip.sys randomly occur on EP35C




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    Default BSOD tcpip.sys randomly occur on EP35C

    Hello,

    I have a Gigabyte GA-EP35C-DS3R with 2.40 gigahertz Intel Core2 Quad Q6600 and 4 gigabytes of memory via 2 modules and a NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GT gfx card.

    I have a seemingly random BSOD thats always has tcpip.sys in its screen display. It doesnt seem to be related to any programs that i run as i have tried using different ones to isolate the problem.

    I have tried using the driver verifier tool in Windows XP SP3 from safe mode but it doesnt turn up any driver being problematic on boot up.

    Is there a known problem with the ep35c that people are aware of?

    Thanks for your time

    Martin

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    Default Re: BSOD tcpip.sys randomly occur on EP35C

    Have you checked in the Event Viewer to see what the exact description of the error message and if there are any known solutions?

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    Default Re: BSOD tcpip.sys randomly occur on EP35C

    Quote Originally Posted by Dodgexander View Post
    Have you checked in the Event Viewer to see what the exact description of the error message and if there are any known solutions?

    Uninstall Realtek Drivers
    Reboot
    Install new drivers from Realtek
    Reboot
    Dont install driver windows update offers.
    There is no information about tcpip.sys in the event viewer.
    I thought that BSODs wouldnt be able to write to the event viewer anyhow?

    The LAN is a realtek 8111B and it doesnt seem to be available from the realtek site. They seem to only have pci card drivers rather than integrated chipset files.

    thank

    Martin

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    Default Re: BSOD tcpip.sys randomly occur on EP35C

    The driver will work for the integrated chipsets as well. I believe they list PCIE as this is the bus the integrated audio is placed on with most Motherboards.

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    Default Re: BSOD tcpip.sys randomly occur on EP35C

    Do you download a lot, use torrents or limewire type of programs? Did you patch this file in the past for event ID4226 and forget?

    Using the latest Intel Chipset package? >>
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    Have you set performance enhance to standard in the BIOS, added MCH Voltage and set your ram voltage for your 4Gb of ram?

    What is the STOP code when you get this BSOD? Looks like 0x000000D1 for example

    Here is the latest RealTek Driver for your LAN if you cannot get the above linked RealTek FTP links to work >>

    Version 5.720.0331.2009, whql
    http://www.station-drivers.com/telec..._5720_0331.zip
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    Default Re: BSOD tcpip.sys randomly occur on EP35C

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Do you download a lot, use torrents or limewire type of programs? Did you patch this file in the past for event ID4226 and forget?

    Using the latest Intel Chipset package? >>
    Intel Software License Agreement


    Have you set performance enhance to standard in the BIOS, added MCH Voltage and set your ram voltage for your 4Gb of ram?

    What is the STOP code when you get this BSOD? Looks like 0x000000D1 for example

    Here is the latest RealTek Driver for your LAN if you cannot get the above linked RealTek FTP links to work >>

    Version 5.720.0331.2009, whql
    http://www.station-drivers.com/telec..._5720_0331.zip
    -Yes i do download alot.

    I tend to use torrents programs rather than limewire

    I did patch the network connections limit However i went back to the old file.
    I renamed the prepatch file and deleted the patch one.
    I also have done a repair install with xp sp2 and when the BSOD kept occuring afterwards upgraded to SP3. Theoretically i have replaced tcpip.sys 3 times :)

    Performance enhanced=standard
    Memory voltage is auto via "system memory Multiplier SPD" = auto
    and also DRAM timing =auto

    The bsod code it exactly what you said "0x pile of zeros D1"

    I will try the driver you mentioned right now.

    thanks for your time

    Martin

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    Default Re: BSOD tcpip.sys randomly occur on EP35C

    Tried the driver from station-drivers and i still get a BSOD.

    FYI i do get the event notification of too many connections in event viewer so it looks like the patch is gone.

    Martin

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    Default Re: BSOD tcpip.sys randomly occur on EP35C

    Is there anything further i can do?

    or am i stuck with buying a separate network card?

    thanks

    Martin

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    Default Re: BSOD tcpip.sys randomly occur on EP35C

    maybe the os's tcpip stack is damaged or a bit hosed?
    I am trying to remember, there used to be a fix rebuild for that.

    No malware on board either?

    Does the error give code?
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    Default Re: BSOD tcpip.sys randomly occur on EP35C

    Have you tried to re-install windows and then see if it happens with zero software installed from scratch? May even be worth using a different windows xp cd incase its a problem with your windows installation..

    Quick google search finds this

    Have you tried a different browser as well?
    Last edited by Dodgexander; 04-19-2009 at 10:50 PM.
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