Help!! Bluescreen

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    Ako

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    On My Vista PC After Around 5 Mins My PC Restarts With a Bluescreen:
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    Please Help!!!!
     
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    After reading this article that our site administer wrote, I looked for a filename on your BSOD image. I noticed the file "tcpip.sys" which would be networking related. You could try removing your network adapter drivers from Device Manager and then allow Windows to setup the network again.

    Another thing you might try is re-seating all the components in your PC. This will ensure they have optimal connections. Sometimes the cables and card slots lose their perfect connection and start acting up abit.
     
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    Thanks For That But " allow Windows to setup the network again" vista dosen't restart the network.

    Please Explane :) (Im Only 11 But Better Than Most People)
    Sorry Reread Understand Now
     
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    Open Device Manager and remove the network drivers. Once the drivers are removed, reboot the computer and Windows should re-install the network with new drivers. Please keep in mind I don't know for sure if this will fix the BSOD issue but its worth a shot.
     
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    Also If This Helps My Wifi Reciver Is a D-Link DWA 125 And I Have Two User Accounts
    One Of Them Restarts With a BSOD (Ethanet & Wifi) And The Other Might Take a Week To Restart.
    I Also Bought A Diferent Wifi Reciver (Can't Rember The Brand) And The Same BSOD Comes Up.

    Hope It Helps!! :)
     
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    Thx, Works Now But Might Restart With a BSOD In a Weeks Time :)
     
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