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davor2u

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Please
what is the "IPNATHLP"
i have hundreds of this errors in my event log with the following descriptio:
32003: The Network Address Translator (NAT) was unable to request an operation of the kernel-mode translation module. This may indicate misconfiguration, insufficient resources, or an internal error. The data is the error code.
is this serious?
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does anyone know what is the problem?
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What is ur network setup?

Do u use Internet Connection Sharing. If not, follow these steps:
Go to Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections.
Right click your connection,(the one used to connect to the internet),and select properties. On the advanced tab uncheck "Allow other network users to connect through this computer's Internet connection" and click ok.

See if the event persists

Edited by darth_ash, 05 August 2005 - 01:21 PM.

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Thank you. I have done it as you advice. But I have still the problem. Let me explain a bit:

In the last three weeks my PC just crashes (screen freezes itself and comp restart itself) but usually I have to completely switch it off as after rebooting itself just don’t do anything.

Than after my restart usually I have first black screen with the following message:
- computer shut down was caused by ati2dvag;
- than that the device driver got stuck in an infinite loop
- some tech info: 0x000000EA (0xFF9035A8; 0x811CF9E0; 0x810FCE18; 0x00000001)
- and the message finishes off with:
o ati2dvag
o beginning of dump of physical memory
o physical memory dump complete

After that, first message when system is on is that display driver Radeon 9250 was cause for crash.

On my event logs it was system error:
Cat: 102
Source: System Error
Description: 1003: Error code 100000ea, parameter1 80ff4930, parameter2 81f1fd58, parameter3 81ea5450, parameter4 00000001.

For the info:
I do not have viruses;
I already reinstall and/or updated drivers;
I even format the hd three weeks ago when this problem began.
I have run all diagnostics (driver checks, registry, …) and always everything looks fine.
I am not the expert (I know some basic stuff) so I didn’t touch the BIOS or anything else that was actually tempting.
And finally, PC was working absolutely fine for 8 months (till three weeks ago).

Thank you for any help that you are able to give me.
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This is just to update anyone who would like to help me.
I have just now move “Hardware Acceleration” to none and uncheck Enable Write Combining as advice on http://support.micro...;EN-US;q293078;
Is this OK to do in my case?
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