ErrorLog entry query

  Boluwd 00:09 23 Feb 04
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The error log in my XPhome PC (Advanced System Info) has two entries several times each day.
Firstly,
Source: DCOM: Description: DCOM got error"%1058" attempting to start the service upnphost with arguments "in order to run the server{204810.......XXXXX}

Secondly,
Source:ipnathlp Description: 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.

What do these errors mean and why am I getting them daily?

On the first one, I do have Gibson Research's Unplug N Pray installed. Is that relevant?

  powerless 00:15 23 Feb 04

Firstly: It could be, you disabled it?

Secondly: click here

  Boluwd 00:27 23 Feb 04

Yes I have disabled Universal Plug and Play using the GRC tool, so it probably refers to that.

The second query, your link refers to a Windows 2000 knowledgebase answer. I have XP Home.....and to be honest I haven't a clue what it was all about. My XP Home Pc is linked via a crossover cable to a Win 98SE PC upstairs. The LAN was set up using the ICSwizard on the XP PC which acts as the gateway for internet connection for the Win 98 PC. There are no routers. The modem is an USB Alcatel Speedtouch plugged into the XP PC.

I'm still in the dark about the second error!

  Boluwd 12:30 23 Feb 04

Bump^

  Boluwd 00:07 24 Feb 04

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