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sudden reboot

By zathros
Dec 7, 2006
  1. for the past week my comp has been doing sudden reboots. No notice at all, it can even be sitting doing nothing.
    I found some advice for event viwer and got the below message, but it's all gobbledy **** to me.
    Any answers please.

    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.

    For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

    clicked the link above and got this


    Details
    Product: Windows Operating System
    Event ID: 32003
    Source: ipnathlp
    Version: 5.2
    Symbolic Name: IP_NAT_LOG_IOCTL_FAILED
    Message: 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.

    Explanation
    The server running network address translation (NAT) could not complete the operation. The cause might be one of the following:

    The server is not configured correctly.
    There are insufficient resources, such as low memory or low non-paged pool.
    An error occurred.
    The network cable is disconnected from the computer; therefore, the public (shared) connection or the private connection is unavailable.
    The public (shared) connection is waiting for a DHCP-assigned IP address.
    The computer was in standby or hibernation mode, and when the computer started again, the DHCP-assigned IP address was no longer available.


    User Action
    Do one or more of the following:

    Verify that both the public (shared) connection and the private connection are not in a Cable Disconnected state by opening Network Connections in Control Panel.
    Verify that the public (shared) connection has an IP address.
    For more information about common NAT configuration issues, see article 293497 in the Microsoft Knowledge Base (see the following Related Knowledge Base Articles section). If this article does not apply to your situation, review the System event logs for other events that were logged around the same time as this event. In many cases, the same low resource errors or system errors that affect the NAT driver also affect other parts of the system.
    Check the available resources on this system by using Performance Monitor. For more information about using Performance Monitor, see article 305610 for Windows XP or article 302521 for Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server 2003 in the Microsoft Knowledge Base (see the following Related Knowledge Base Articles section). For more information about using Task Manager, see Help and Support.



    What doees it mean?
     
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