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Windows 7: New Guy here with BSOD ;)

28 Apr 2013   #21

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Well that's interesting. I didn't receive any of those other symbol errors. I got one for TDRPM258.sys and that was it. I've occasionally received six or more symbol errors on other dumps but when that happens, I do a reload and it clears the errors up. I'm beginning to doubt the validity of the symbol server now.

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28 Apr 2013   #22
Arc

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by carwiz View Post
Well that's interesting. I didn't receive any of those other symbol errors. I got one for TDRPM258.sys and that was it. I've occasionally received six or more symbol errors on other dumps but when that happens, I do a reload and it clears the errors up. I'm beginning to doubt the validity of the symbol server now.
Ken, it is present in the raw memory stack.

Before the first break point (and even in the !analyze_v output), we also got the same thing, TDRPM258.sys only, and probably caused by tcpip.sys. Havent commented anything on TDRPM258.sys, as you have covered it totally. But there were no more information about why tcpip.sys failed (TDRPM258.sys and tcpip.sys are apparently totally unrelated), so we searched for the reasons in the raw stack and got those.

Edit: Specially your comment on tepip encouraged me to search for it
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by carwiz
I'm not sure why it caught tcpip with it's pants down except on the return
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29 Apr 2013   #23

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I was going to say that Archie.
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04 May 2013   #24

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Just an update. Since renaming tdrpm258.sys at Ken's suggestion, and updating the Realtek, and JMicron drivers as well as my Comodo firewall that Arc and Yussi suggested. I have had no BSOD since (knock head). Thanks all

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05 May 2013   #25
Arc

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Good to know, Bill
I think you may mark the thread as solved now, for a few months
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05 May 2013   #26

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Your crystal ball says I will have problems in the future?

A Guy
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05 May 2013   #27
Arc

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My crystal. The ball is planned, designed and owned by some other person (ref: custom windows 7 wallpapers).



But it says that there is a very good possibility of future tcpip.sys\Netio.sys BSOD. I know that you know how to minimize that possibility

A computer is just as smart as the user. You are the smartest.

EDIT: Good news
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05 May 2013   #28

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Well, I am happy with my security, so unless it is frequent, I would live with it

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 New Guy here with BSOD ;)





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