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Event ID 1010 and network loss

Event ID 1010 and network loss

Event ID 1010 and network loss

I'm trying to find the source of sporadic disconnects and I searched through my event logs and nothing points to a loss of network connection. I did see the following and am curious if this can cause a loss of network connection.

Event ID 1010 (error) Source: Perflib
The Collect Procedure for the "Tcpip" service in DLL "C:\WINNT\system32\Perfctrs.dll" generated an exception or returned an invalid status. Performance data returned by counter DLL will be not be returned in Perf Data Block. Exception or status code returned is data DWORD 0.

RE: Event ID 1010 and network loss

I've have a similar problem and am in contact with MS.
I've tried several hotfixes.

819716 TCP/IP Performance Counters May Not Appear in Performance Monitor

819716 didn't solve teh problem.

I try the following one today:
831877 Multiple memory leaks in the Remote Registry Service when you use

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