NOTE: If the Data is non-NULL, then this is not the cause of this STOP error and the IPAddress registry value should not be deleted. If IPAddress shows no Data value, then delete the IPAddress entry and restart the machine.
This problem has only been observed after the machine's TCP/IP configuration has been changed from a static IP address to a dynamic address with DHCP, which leaves an empty value for the IPAddress registry key for the network interface.
NOTE: If the computer is configured to reboot automatically following a failure (within Computer / Properties / Advanced system settings / Startup and Recovery Settings / Automatically Restart checkbox enabled), the STOP error may never appear on the display before the restart occurs. Instead, the machine will restart and display the option for booting Windows into Safe mode. If no dump file is created, the only indication of the failure may be a Critical error logged to the System Event log:
Event ID: 41 Source: Kernel-Power General: The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly.