Help to fix NetBT error

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by horn, Jun 28, 2006.

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  1. horn

    horn Registered Member

    Feb 25, 2006
    Event Viewer/System announcing an error Event ID 4311 for Source NetBT:
    "Initialization failed because the driver device could not be created"
    My OS is XP SP-2, FAT 32 , modem Dial-Up connection.
    Besides MS stating this error can be safely ignored, would like to fix it.Found that Hotfix KB 833747 can help to sort this problem ( SP-1 is mentioned) ,but I'm not sure.
    Another event which can provoce this inconvinient can be in connection
    "Net Share'.
    Try Start-Run_ cmd /Enter thaen net share/Enter received:
    The Service is not started-System error 1058 has occurred-
    "The service can not be started either because it is disabled or it has no enabling devices associated with it"
    Please advice me how to fix it.
  2. GlobalForce

    GlobalForce Regular Poster

    Jun 30, 2004
    Garden State, USA
    Hi horn,

    To start off don't consider this advice, just somewhere to begin. What I think you have to do is reconfigure whatever network adapter your using. I'm not sure what might have happened but it's possible the service in question is disabled under your current hardware profile.

    Good page on using the net command here -

  3. horn

    horn Registered Member

    Feb 25, 2006
    Hello Global Force,
    As usual you are the first to give a hand.
    I have modem Intel(R) 536EP.I am not sure which driver is in function now,- the one from instalation CD , or other from MS Update site.
    Following advices entered in Device Manager/Device by connection/hidden devices and check NetBT driver Status that is STARTED.
    Net Bios over Tcpip
    Details: ROOT\LEGACY_NETBT\0000
    No yelow exclamtion signes, all drivers works properly.
    Ms Technical Support is mentioning a Hotfix KB 833747 that maybe can solve this problem, but it's specified only SP-1 - not Sp-2.
    Sorry to be invasive but try to learn some thing- I'll never forget what you say:
    "Don't keep a crippled PC"
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