Fixing Tcpip.sys Blue Screen of Death Error

The tcpip.sys or tcpip.sys blue screen address error is familiar to anyone who has used the Windows operating system for a long time. This leads to instant data loss and can become an ongoing problem for users of the Windows operating system. The reasons for the blue screen error are different. You can view our list of blue screen errors. This article will show you how to fix the Tcpip.sys blue screen error.

The error is usually caused by a damaged or invalid registry entry. The registry is the part of the hard drive that determines how programs run on the PC and where their information is stored. Registry entries can be corrupted by viruses and other malware. Whether or not this is the case, there is an urgent need to scan and repair the registry to get it working properly again.

This error can also be related to third party drivers like: Asus drivers like AsInsHelp64.sys, ASUSFILTER.sys, AsIO.sys. Very often, after buying a new machine, the company has pre-installed components.

Run Blue Screen Troubleshooter

The built-in blue screen troubleshooter can help identify and fix common causes of blue screen errors.

Click the Start button, then select Settings >> Updates and Security >> Troubleshoot.

Select the blue screen troubleshooter from the list and run it.

After completing the troubleshooting process, restart the system.

Reset TCP / IP

TCP / IP or Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol is a set of communication protocols used to connect networked devices to the Internet. In some rare cases, TCP segments are received by different processors causing BSoD. Therefore, you will need to give your TCP / IP drivers a break to get them back to normal.

  • Click Start, type cmd in the search box and hit enter.
  • Right-click a command prompt in the list and select Run as administrator.
  • Windows will probably give a warning in User Account Control – click Yes
  • Enter the following command in the window:
    • netsh int ip reset c: \ resetlog.txt
  • Press Enter and restart your computer.

Update your network drivers

A network card connects your computer to a computer network, and all modern PCs are equipped with this hardware. NIC users must use drivers to work properly. Sometimes these drivers are outdated or corrupted, which can lead to system crashes. Therefore, you need to update the drivers for your network card.

  • Click the Start button and type search box in Device Manager.
  • Expand the Network Adapters category and select the appropriate network adapter.
  • Right click and select Update Driver.
  • Then select “Automatically check if driver is updated”.
  • Reboot your computer

Disable antivirus

We know that antivirus software conflicts with the operating system and blocks some important processes. This leads to the crash of the operating system and hence the blue screen of death. Antivirus software provides protection by monitoring all activities of the operating system. In many cases the antivirus will give a false positive and the module will stop even if it was not harmless. These false alarms are recognized by antivirus software developers and are fixed in an update.