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I use to get this error when my gpu overclock was unstable. Is your gpu overclocked?If so put gpu on stock to see if it still occurs.
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Originally Posted by StormXLR View Post
Well i did some of the stuff from above suggestion
I experience BSODs while playing video games or surfing internet
I use firefox and usually have around 10+ tabs open

I checked for overheating and no there was none.
I updated all drivers via Device Manager
I performed Prime95 torture test for 1 hour and normal test for 2 no errors or problems
The Memtest 86+ no errors in 2 loops.
I stress tested the video card with MSI and no problems there either.
I ran WDdiag for hard drives and no errors were found.
Full system dust clean up helped to drop the cpu core temps to 16c but nothing else.

here is picture of bsod
what kind of network card are you using? onboard? wifi?

from that bsod the error is happening due to the tcpip.sys (part of the network layer) crashing...this can be due to bad wifi/ethernet drivers, i've googled for the last half hour, and everything related to the bsod that appears on screen, seems to point to bad drivers for the network card.
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The 209 error that you originally posted can be cause by just about anything. It has nothing to do with power, so for now you can disregard you PSU. This particular Stop error is typically caused by a bad/corrupt driver. Your first post did not include enough info to determine which one.

If (*and only IF) the actual screen shot is consistant with the other BSODs you have gotten, then you, as transhour said, have a bad or corrupt network card driver. That is what caused the BSOD in the screen shot, although the error in this case was 0xD1 rather than 0x209, so it is difficult to say for sure that they are related.

Uninstall, clean and then reinstall you network card drivers, and see if that helps. If it doesn't, on the next crash, please either take a screenshot of the BSOD, or note the information on the bottom under technical information. short of that, post a copy of the crash dump file. (.dmp) file that is generated after the crash.
Edited by xandypx - 4/9/11 at 9:20am
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Originally Posted by xandypx View Post
The 209 error that you originally posted can be cause by just about anything. It has nothing to do with power, so for now you can disregard you PSU. This particular Stop error is typically caused by a bad/corrupt driver. Your first post did not include enough info to determine which one.

If (*and only IF) the actual screen shot is consistant with the other BSODs you have gotten, then you, as transhour said, have a bad or corrupt network card driver. That is what caused the BSOD in the screen shot, although the error in this case was 0xD1 rather than 0x209, so it is difficult to say for sure that they are related.

Uninstall, clean and then reinstall you network card drivers, and see if that helps. If it doesn't, on the next crash, please either take a screenshot of the BSOD, or note the information on the bottom under technical information. short of that, post a copy of the crash dump file. (.dmp) file that is generated after the crash.
i personally would go a bit further, by disabling network adapater, graphics and the sound card (as the initial error seem to point to a graphics card problem)...as for the psu, i've seen them when failing produce similar erratic behavoir that is why i suggested getting it tested in the first place
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I use to get this error when my gpu overclock was unstable. Is your gpu overclocked?If so put gpu on stock to see if it still occurs.
No my GPU is on Stock as i said i started having the bsods even before i started ocing anything on this rig.

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what kind of network card are you using? onboard? wifi?

from that bsod the error is happening due to the tcpip.sys (part of the network layer) crashing...this can be due to bad wifi/ethernet drivers, i've googled for the last half hour, and everything related to the bsod that appears on screen, seems to point to bad drivers for the network card.
Onboard, to rooter then modem,
the drivers i am using came with mobo driver cd.

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Originally Posted by xandypx View Post
The 209 error that you originally posted can be cause by just about anything. It has nothing to do with power, so for now you can disregard you PSU. This particular Stop error is typically caused by a bad/corrupt driver. Your first post did not include enough info to determine which one.

If (*and only IF) the actual screen shot is consistant with the other BSODs you have gotten, then you, as transhour said, have a bad or corrupt network card driver. That is what caused the BSOD in the screen shot, although the error in this case was 0xD1 rather than 0x209, so it is difficult to say for sure that they are related.

Uninstall, clean and then reinstall you network card drivers, and see if that helps. If it doesn't, on the next crash, please either take a screenshot of the BSOD, or note the information on the bottom under technical information. short of that, post a copy of the crash dump file. (.dmp) file that is generated after the crash.
I will disable the network card and take SS of next bsod
but the problem is i do not know how to force the crash to happen my pc can sit idle for 3 days just with downloading going and lets say on 4th i open browser/game play for 4 hours and it will crash. Or it can crash 2 hours after boot up so its quite random.

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i personally would go a bit further, by disabling network adapater, graphics and the sound card (as the initial error seem to point to a graphics card problem)...as for the psu, i've seen them when failing produce similar erratic behavoir that is why i suggested getting it tested in the first place
In which way would you suggest disabling the video card? just disable it via the device manager or take it out from pcie slot?Also if i disable all 3 of above how am i suppose to force the crash to happen?

Also according to Device Manager the Network adapter i am using is Intel 82583V Gigabit Network Connection Dirver date 12/4/2009 , Driver Version 11.4.7.0

I am going to download Intel driver update http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Deta...=3147&lang=eng
And see if it helps

EDIT: Updated the Network card drivers to latest 9/29/2010 version 11.7.32.0
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No my GPU is on Stock as i said i started having the bsods even before i started ocing anything on this rig.



Onboard, to rooter then modem,
the drivers i am using came with mobo driver cd.



I will disable the network card and take SS of next bsod
but the problem is i do not know how to force the crash to happen my pc can sit idle for 3 days just with downloading going and lets say on 4th i open browser/game play for 4 hours and it will crash. Or it can crash 2 hours after boot up so its quite random.



In which way would you suggest disabling the video card? just disable it via the device manager or take it out from pcie slot?Also if i disable all 3 of above how am i suppose to force the crash to happen?

Also according to Device Manager the Network adapter i am using is Intel 82583V Gigabit Network Connection Dirver date 12/4/2009 , Driver Version 11.4.7.0

I am going to download Intel driver update http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Deta...=3147&lang=eng
And see if it helps
yeah i would disable them via device manager, then turn one at a time, and do your best to try to produce the "bsod", whenever the one that produces the bsod after turning on is the culprit...but yeah try updating all your motherboard drivers from the vendor's site or your motherboards homepage.
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yeah i would disable them via device manager, then turn one at a time, and do your best to try to produce the "bsod", whenever the one that produces the bsod after turning on is the culprit...but yeah try updating all your motherboard drivers from the vendor's site or your motherboards homepage.
im downloading all updates from rog.asus site right now
wow never noticed i was so behind the updates...
downloading the bluetooth,amd raid, amd chipset, realtek audio,lucid , usb driver updates will update thread when its all done.
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sounds good...let us know how it turns out hope it fixes your problems, as i thought by your previous post you had been updating to the latest drivers provided by asus should've double checked with you a few weeks ago on that.
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sounds good...let us know how it turns out hope it fixes your problems, as i thought by your previous post you had been updating to the latest drivers provided by asus should've double checked with you a few weeks ago on that.
So far seems alright been playing Diablo 2 on lan whole day and seems like no problems so far.
Alright update everything except i got weird error from LucidLX that no Hydra hardware was not found , though my mobo clearly states that it has lucid chip.
and my catalyst goes blank and crashes when i launch the catalyst window the
icon in the tray bar works fine though. Going to wipe it clean and try reinstall it
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