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« on: October 21, 2008, 03:49:42 PM »

I am wondering whether my problem is unique unless someone has experienced the same.
My machine is IBM/Lenovo T43 notebook with Windows XP SP2.
When I run 'netstat -ano' I can see that all ports are bounded to same process ID 4 [System]. Is that a bug
and how to kill that ? When I open Tasklist I can see that all different tasks have own assigned PID's.
I would not bother with the described observation but PID=4 is owning UDP port 0.0.0.0:162 preventing me
to use port UDP 162 for SNMP receiver utility. Huh?
 Someone recommended me to reimage the HDD to restore everything to original state...
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