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Dr. Watson for NT and Dr. Watson Non fatal error

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Dr. Watson for NT
An application error has occurred and an application errorlog has being generated   explorer.exe   Exception: access violation (0 x c 00000005), Address: 0 x 77c411c0

Dr. Watson Non fatal error
Cannot open DrWatson Log file. Press OK to browse for new directory.   Windows NT Error Code = 5

I have a Windows NT Server, ver. 4.0 with ServicePack 3, and if I want to log on locally with a ordinary username I got the above mention fail-messages. What can I do?

I have set permissions on both directories and files, and in the registry-database and in the usermanager for policy: account, user rights and audit.
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Have you tried to Re-Install service pack 3 ?
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