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New Vista PC crashes to blue screen when Mac laptop connected

Odd problem. I have a new vista pc that crashes to the blue screen referencing tcp/ip problem when I connect Mac laptop to the router. I have manually changed IP addresses for both devices, but to no avail. Do you have any ideas?

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Well you blue screen is called the blue screen of death in the computer world it is like the red ring of death for the xbox which usually means that there is a system error or software error im not sure what it could be right now but if youll hang in there for a day ill have an answer for you

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    what internet provider do you use ?

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