Reboots & Blue Screens

By DfraGG3r ยท 5 replies
Apr 21, 2006
  1. Hi im new to these forums and needs some professional help. Lately the PC has gone bonkers...

    It randomly restarts when it wants, and don't know why. I disabled the automatic reboot on system failure and after some time it gave me a blue screen with this error:

    Stop: 0x0000007E

    (0xC0000005, F52B901A, 0xF81BEBB4, 0xF81BE8B0)

    tcpip.sys - Address F52B901A base at F52B0000 , Datestamp 43C7103C

    Any ideas of what the problem is, or did someone experience it?

    From some research, i found only error related to Xp installtions from scratch getting this error. Then some related to hardware fault. But again that tcpip.sys makes me think about it not being a hardware fault

    Changed the nic card too with no success, PC is clean from spyware/malware of any kind

    Any help would be appriciated

    Attached are some MiniDumps, hope they help :(

  2. DfraGG3r

    DfraGG3r TS Rookie Topic Starter


    Any help please :'(
  3. kirock

    kirock TS Rookie Posts: 1,221

  4. DfraGG3r

    DfraGG3r TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I had an onboard one before, i disabled that from bios.

    now i connected a realtek one to the pci slot and let the windows find the drivers

    The problem i have doaesnt affect network connectivity since i can connect to internet normally

    an i really dont know what to do :/

    I read alot of cpc2004's thread/posts but none seemed to have my error types

    will check the link u gave me too

  5. howard_hopkinso

    howard_hopkinso TS Rookie Posts: 24,177   +19

    Hello and welcome to Techspot.

    Both your minidumps crash at nltdi.sys. This is the driver for the Netlimiter programme. It is a known issue on some systems/configurations.

    Uninstalling Netlimiter may solve your problem.

    For more info see this thread HERE.

    Regards Howard :wave: :wave:
  6. DfraGG3r

    DfraGG3r TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Thanks howard, i will uninstall netlimiter and see how it goes
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