BSOD on Windows 7 professional when I connect to network

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siniks

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When I connect to the network, I receive BSOD on Win7 professional 64-bit SP1.. If I plug out my ethernet cable, the windows are working fine - as soon as I plug in the cable, I receive BSOD with Bug Check code 0x000000c5 - DRIVER_CORRUPTED_EXPOOL.. BlueScreenView software claims it's caused by driver ntosrnl.exe and caused by address ntoskrnl.exe+7cc40

Here are things I already tried so far without luck:
- tested ram (memtest86 as well as win7 internal memory test).. it's fine
- updated ethernet card driver
- changed ethernet card with a new one
- disabled my antivirus software (Avast)
- uninstalled my antivirus software
- restored windows using system restore to 4 different restore points (one even 2 months old)
- chkdsk .. it's fine
- googled everything regarding this issue (most users found solution that it was antivirus issue.. but not here, since I unistalled it already)

The thing is that this also happens if I boot into "safe mode with networking" (while plain "safe mode" works fine). As soon as computer finishes booting I get blue screen...

You can find my minidump attached. Has anybody any clue?
 

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I am getting the same exact thing. It's definitely network-related. If I use Wifi the error is the same but includes nwifi.sys. Also added a new account to see if it was account related but had the same results. Anyone have ideas?
 
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Also should say it's not BIOS related. Another SSD with Win7Pro in same computer boots and works fine. Could be boot-sector.
 

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Try the following (it's the only idea I have on this short of a reinstall of Windows) ...

(From a JohnWill post)

TCP/IP stack repair options for use with Vista or 7.

Start - All Programs - Accessories and right click on Command Prompt, select "Run as Administrator" to open a command prompt.

Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults: netsh winsock reset catalog

Reset IPv4 TCP/IP stack to installation defaults. netsh int ipv4 reset reset.log

Reset IPv6 TCP/IP stack to installation defaults. netsh int ipv6 reset reset.log

Reboot the machine.
 
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Try the following (it's the only idea I have on this short of a reinstall of Windows) ...

(From a JohnWill post)

TCP/IP stack repair options for use with Vista or 7.

Start - All Programs - Accessories and right click on Command Prompt, select "Run as Administrator" to open a command prompt.

Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults: netsh winsock reset catalog

Reset IPv4 TCP/IP stack to installation defaults. netsh int ipv4 reset reset.log

Reset IPv6 TCP/IP stack to installation defaults. netsh int ipv6 reset reset.log

Reboot the machine.
Thx for the good idea. I forgot that one. But no change. Frustrating.
 
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