bluescreen caused by tcpip.sys on windows server 2008

After installing WSUS and NAT i started having the bluescreen complaining of the tcpip.sys file.
Any idea how to fix this. ??
Thanks
AtourayAsked:
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DatedmanCommented:
Need the exact error message.

Might want to turn off IPV6 if you're not using it, could simplify things?

How did you install NAT (please be specific.)
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AtourayAuthor Commented:
I went through the roles added it and configure one of my adapters to go to the net and the other adapter to my local network.. Thats all i did.
I also tried disabling ipv6 but i got NDIS.sys file error instead of tcpip.sys
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DatedmanCommented:
What antivirus are you using?  Any firewall?  Try scanning with www.malwarebytes.org and www.superantispyware.com (beware of downloading the wrong file because of banner ads with downloads [g].)
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AtourayAuthor Commented:
No antivirus yet,... we just configured it.. I tried replacing the drivers folder from another windows server 2008 but i am still having the same error
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DatedmanCommented:
Not a good idea to swap drivers folders IMO.  I'd give it a scan, this computer is connected to the Net???  If so please disconnect it until you scan and install an AV.  Also make sure all security patches are applied ASAP (after AV) and should make sure there's at least a packet filter on incoming packets in RRAS, etc.
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