Posted 20 June 2007 - 11:35 PM
I took a look through some of the events on Eventid.net and the Tcpip messages for the event 4201 is saying you established a normal connection, but each time you see that, it means your network card is constantly connecting. I would need you to double click the DHCP ones, and copy & paste the description of that one here.
As for the server one, ID:2504. This problem can be caused by:
1.A lack of memory,
2.A malfunctioning network interface, or
3.A network device that became unavailable during startup.
Sometimes could be nothing, but it could be your network card.
The w32time, ID:17 and ID:29 are as follows.
you can usually take that away if you turn off the internet time. You can accomplish this by double clicking your clock at the bottom, and in the new window, click on the "INTERNET TIME" tab.
But as stated, if you could please post the "DESCRIPTION" of the DHCP event id, it would be very helpful.