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Unfortunately, just like with last month's TCP update, MS08-004 is one of those which can result in either of two different TCP versions. That's the diff for tcpip. It should be out soon after. With driver build v16627(32bit Only). Find it at: under the Repair section. Can i leave auto-tuning on after removing the tcp/ip limit?
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Either there's a problem with the comment system, or there's a pretty low limit on comment length. I don't know for sure, and I think it might vary from person to person. I'd invite anyone to try enabling it again to see how it goes. First, take a look at comments #34, #38, #39. That's one case where it did make a difference, though it was complicated by using the packet-capture tool WinPCap (most don't run anything like that).
Though I doubt that most people saw any of those problems in Vista with autotuning on, which after all, is the default. Particularly in SP1, with its 500+ fixes, I have serious doubts about the popular advice to disable autotuning, especially since the entire point of the feature is to maximize network performance. Disabling it may be urban legend at this point outside particular issues.
According to Ricks How-To I've successfully patched the tcpip. For those who can't wait: I've uploaded a modified version of the patch. It works fine for Vista tcpip. I have tried to send you the v20752 tcp/ip to your email again. My email wldn't let me send a.
Can you check if you have received it? Sorry for the long wait. For everyone seeking for 64bit/2008 versions- we don't have any success so far. If anyone knows better – please contact me through my site. And the reason that can't be patched right now is that the byte pattern has changed from earlier 64-bit releases. We're seeking someone who knows how to go about finding the new pattern, which will probably take someone with a 64-bit SP1 system and a debugger.
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Xboris, yes, as long as you mean 32-bit. See "EventID4226Fix for Windows Vista v2. For SP1-RTM (build 18000) (32bit only! Don't forget to read the Readme for an important advisory. Just wanna say thanks for the patchworks perfectly. TCP/IP failed to establish an outgoing connection because the selected local endpoint was recently used to connect to the same remote endpoint. This error typically occurs when outgoing connections are opened and closed at a high rate, causing all available local ports to be used and forcing TCP/IP to reuse a local port for an outgoing connection.
To minimize the risk of data corruption, the TCP/IP standard requires a minimum time period to elapse between successive connections from a given local endpoint to a given remote endpoint. I have seen a few websites which suggest disabling/reenabling my LAN connection but that doesn't stop the entries being created. Plus my network connection seems to be working fine. Is this anything worth worrying about of is it just a minor side effect from patching tcpip? Nick, which Vista and patch are you running? I just filtered my Event Viewer on 4227, and I see that it's happened only 6 times in this 10 month-old x86 installation, the last one being 5 months ago.
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One of them even occurred before implementing the patch. Do you never show it happening before? And how frequently are we talking about? As you found, MS's help page on it doesn't seem too concerned, and it is only a warning, one of many different kinds of warnings. Now, if we're talking hundreds or thousands of them like 4226, then there's reason for concern. Thanks for the reply Rick. I'm running Vista Ultimate x32 and have used patch v1. It's not an entry I have noticed before patching and the frequency is sometimes as much as one every 30 (or so) minutes but sometimes less frequent.
At the time it's logged, i'm not using any p2p software, just browsing the web and checking mail. Everything's running sweetly though so i'm not too concerned, just curious as to why it has started.
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I think it's going to remain a mystery due to the infinite number of variables. I'm also on Ultimate x32, so it's apparently something you have installed/do that I don't, or vice-versa. Who knows, maybe SP1 will be the trick for you. Do you still have tcp autotuning off (this occurs in the installation batch file)? I do, but was considering turning it back on, since I don't know of any reason currently that it should be off. If you have it on, that would be one fundamental difference.
Hi nick, it might be your router's limit on the 1/2 open tcp/ip connections. Thanks for the suggestion but I've had a good look in the router interface and I can't see any 'half-open tcpip connection' settings so not sure if my router (Netgear DG834G) is to blame. I'm not too fussed about the entry as I haven't noticed any ill effects, was more curious than anything. Anyway, thanks for all the suggestions and help.
It's interesting that a half-open setting is in some routers (I don't even see it in DD-WRT, and it has just over 5,000 different settings).
I guess that's in consideration of non-Windows machines? For modern Windows machines, their half-open setting would be the limiter, not the router. Still, you said it happens when there's no P2P going at all, so that couldn't be it. I'm curious to see if anyone else is getting any notable number of 4227's.
I even enabled autotuning –which is perfectly fine to do AFAIK–and still don't see it. I've given up trying to understand Windows "error" logging.
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For example, nothing to do with this patch, but in Vista I've always gotten about 10 ID 51's when simply inserting a blank DVD (half as many with CD+R). Not a written one, a blank one. After running the Undo. Can someone please help me with this issue? You *are* running RTM SP1, right? If not, you have the wrong version. And since you're getting back into Windows, you know about the necessity to use F8 at boot to disable driver signing checking, so it's not that.
Also, you verified that each line of the installation batch file executes successfully from your elevated command prompt. That leaves, as I think happened for one previous poster, something else, a wildcard. And my best guess as to what that is, since I definitely know the file works, is interference being run by security software, particularly a firewall but possibly any other kind. Check to see that it's not blocking communications because it sees a new system file, namely tcpip.
How do you check tcpip without using this patch? I'm getting the error message "The current logged on user does not have ownership privileges" but I'm the only user on this computer. Wouldn't this give me the admin privfileges? Mophead, you'll want to run the installation batch file from an elevated command prompt or by right-clicking it and choosing "Run as administrator. Note that the "icacls" line in the installation batch file just uses whatever the currently logged in user is, and even if that user is listed as an "Administrator" in User Accounts, it won't be one truly when UAC is enabled, thus the need for elevation.
Hey, I did the auto patch downloader and it said it installed but it said there was an error and that 1 file was installed correctly and 0 failed.
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Which didn't make much sense, and at the end it said everything was successful but it still had the error messages inside it. Then when I restarted my computer I didn't have to press f8 or anything it just started up, and my downloads are still as slow as ever. I tried downloading the KB946456 but it never works it says "The update does not apply to your system" I don't think its worked.
Semp, that phrasing telling you that 1 file was installed and 0 failed means just that: success for that particular command.