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BSOD when uploading file, seems to be tcpip.sys related

By Olegred
Jan 1, 2012
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  1. I attached my dump files and all pertinent information, please help. This has been driving me crazy.
     
  2. Olegred

    Olegred TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Dump files
     

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  3. Olegred

    Olegred TS Rookie Topic Starter

    screenshot of diagnostics files

    I can attach any of those if you ask.
     

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  4. cheeryabc

    cheeryabc TS Member Posts: 26

    tcpip.sys can be found in your dumps which means your system stack when "Read" something.
    That could be just suffering internet,playing a game online.
    Could you regnize your LAN chip?
    Try to updating your LAN driver;
    If possible, diseabld your ASPM function for your LAN in BIOS.
     
  5. Olegred

    Olegred TS Rookie Topic Starter

    thanks for reply

    all drivers are up to date, this only happens when one particular program tries to upload the file. It is intermittent, really drives me crazy.
     
  6. Olegred

    Olegred TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Fresh dump

    Please, help
     

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  7. cheeryabc

    cheeryabc TS Member Posts: 26

    If this case, try to do a factory restore.
    Could you please share your system spec?
    I'd like to read your LAN info under Network adapters in Device Manageer.
     
  8. Olegred

    Olegred TS Rookie Topic Starter

  9. Olegred

    Olegred TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Gee

    2 major forums and nobody knows what it is... frustrating
     
  10. cheeryabc

    cheeryabc TS Member Posts: 26

    OK, I read your LAN chip Broadcom 57xx.
    It's Gigabit Ethernet.
    So check out your reticle type.
    By the way, did you uploading file between local area network or outer net?
    Try to keep your LAN speed at fixed mode.
     

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  11. Olegred

    Olegred TS Rookie Topic Starter

    :(

    I am trying to upload to internet. I set it to 100 mbs, but the same thing happens even if uploading via wireless :(
     
  12. cheeryabc

    cheeryabc TS Member Posts: 26

    You said both of LAN and WL got the same BSOD?
    That is to say problem are fixed in your OS.
    OK, last effort: change another upload tool.
    Before this,release your IP pool firstly
    Run cmd command:
    ipconfig /release hit "Enter" /// this is to release your IP pool

    ipconfig /renew hit "Enter" /// this is to reassign your IP
     

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