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User on XP SP2 looses connection at random times.

Posted on 2006-11-07
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The usre from time to time i have a user on XP sp2 that can not connect ot the servers (Server 2003) the error in the log immediatly after is "A driver packet received from the I/O subsystem was invalid.  The data is the packet.o time can not connect to a server."

any ideas??
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do you have macafee installed by any chance?
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Yes he does. I saw the articles about the 8.1 patch issue, but I coud not get the patch from Mcafee's site. I uninstalled it and reinstalled it last night for him so maybe that will help.
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yah i read on another post that this macafees fault and they have patched it, maybe talk to them?
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