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Hi All
My system crashes all the time with this error:

Error code 40000080, parameter1 899b2130, parameter2 898f0e68, parameter3 bace3f98, parameter4 00000001.

I was trying to google some descriptions from this numbers but without succes. Can you please help me with finding what kind of driver is out of date or corrupted?
In attachment is report from EVEREST.

Thank you for your time

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error code 40000080 is most likely the drivers for your network interface card (also referred to as an ethernet controller card). Very often a Windows update can screw up a previously good driver. You can try removing the network card, then boot up without it installed. Now shut down, put the card back and reboot again. This will cause Windows to re-detect it and it should re-install the driver from Windows' own built-in driver library (very few network cards need external drivers on XP).
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