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Hi,

I noticed this error in my Server Roles "File Server" log:

While transmitting or receiving data, the server encountered a network error.  Occassional errors are expected, but large amounts of these indicate a possible error in your network configuration.  The error status code is contained within the returned data (formatted as words) and may point you towards the problem.

0000:  000040000 002C001 00000000  800007DC
0008:  000000000 C000184 00000000  00000000
0010:  000000000 0000000 0000058F

Is this something to worry about?

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Do you have a Dell Host Server with Boardcom network cards? If you do then will be able to  resolve this by:

- Removing the current network card drives
- Installing the latest version of your network card drive from Dell's website.

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by:Darius Ghassem
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Disable Large Send Offload within the VMs on the Network Card and on the physical Server as well
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by:minniejp
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I have removed IPv6 and updated the network card drivers....still getting this error. Dariusg, i'm not sure how to do what you have recommended...
I also wanted to add something that has got me really confused.  The server we are discussing here is a physical server with windows 2008, within an additional two virtual servers installed.

When I checked the network cards Local Area Connection 4 is enabled but has no IP address assigned....Local Area Connection 5 is also enabled with the correct IP settings.  I disabled the local area connection 4 and it brought down network access to this server and when I do a resolve on the DNS server (which is the physical box), it returns a different IP address (which i'm assuming is the IP address which has been dynamically assigned to local area connection 4..... what is going...

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by:Darius Ghassem
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Go to the properties of  the NIC click configure then Advance tab
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by:minniejp
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i'm not sure why, but I haven't seen this error again......looks like removing IPV6 eventually did it
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