Solved: Ipnat.sys

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philtivvy

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Hi
My boot time is getting longer and longer so I thought a good place to start would be to create a bootlog.
The first item I looked at was "Did not load driver.....ipnat .sys. Is this significant?
I found a forum in which one contributor said if you find more than one instance of the file you should keep the one in
system32/drivers/ and delete any others, as I have a second instance in C:/windows/servicepack files.....would you recommend I delete it or leave well alone?
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phil
 

Cookiegal

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Leave it. It's normal to have the file in those locations.

You should also edit your computer specs to remove the part that's not relevant to computer specs.
 

philtivvy

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Hi Cookiegal
Thank you for replying. I will follow your advice and leave well alone.
Computer specs are flexible, depends what I can get running. The machine in question is an elite dual core with, I think, 2.2 processor. OS is Windows XP professional SP 3.
Will now mark "Solved"
Regards
phil
 
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