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mordor

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  1. I have windows xp sp2, and im trying to make a VPN server in it. I followed the basic steps (Control panel> Set up a new conection > Setup advanced connection > etc.. etc..), i also port forwarded both ports PPTP and L2TP in my modem (3com 3CRWDR101A-75). Also im not trying to set it up for a local network, my goal is to get another computer to connect to my VPN so this computer will have the same PUBLIC IP address as mine. Again, this other computer is not part of my local network. Also please can anyone confirm that a computer that connects to my VPN through my public IP address, will it start having my public IP address aswell ? So my VPN would also work similar to a proxy... AFter the VPN server is set up , i right click on its icon, then Network > TCP/IP Properties> and i tried both options there, either automatically assign TCP/IP address using DHP, or specifying the adress myself. When i specify them myself, as im not setting it up for local network, i just put my public IP address. Like i said i tried both options, but none works, when my friend tries to connect using my public IP address, correct login and password, he gets Error 800 - COuld not stabilish a connection. I tried other settings on the VPN server properties, but there isnt much to change, very few options. I think its something related to the modem, but dont know what... I tried disabling NAT, but then i can teven connect to the internet. If anyone has any idea please let me know and i'll see if it works Thanks
  2. The program name is "Mkv to Avi With Subtitles". The file plays fine in my computer (windows XP with k-lite codec pack full installed). Gspot doesnt say much about it, i think its because its an .mkv file, at least the Gspot version i have only says "Mime Type: video/x-matroska" But thanks, i'll see what i can do
  3. Yes, on "Administrative Tools > Services > Windows Audio" the status is "Started", and its set to start in "Automatic" mode Thanks for trying, if you have anything else in mind please let me know
  4. Hey guys, I access a Windows Server 2003 (i think its web edition) through remote desktop, and im trying to convert a video. I installed K-lite Codec Pack Full, and im using "Mkv to Avi With Subtitles" to convert the .mkv video to avi, but when i start the conversion it gives me the error: "Cannot find audio renderer input pin!" Also when i try to play a video it says it "could not render some of thepins in the graph, you may not have the needed codecs or filters installed on the system. The following pin(s) failed to find a connectable filter: Audio Switcher:Out" But even with the error, the videos does play (without audio off course) Maybe this is related to accessing it through remote desktop ?? Or does Windows Server 2003 needs any specific audio filters or codecs ?? PS. In System > Device Manager>Video, Sound and Games Controler, it says Legacy Audio is installed and working. Does anyone have any suggestion on how to solve this issue ?? Please, any idea is appreciated, Thank you
  5. Problem seems to be fixed While i was trying to reinstall the graphic drivers, i had to uninstall the old one first, and i choose "remove all nvidia drivers", wich uninstalled the chipset drivers too, wich result in mouse and keyboard freezed in windows, and it was the best thing that happened cause i had to format c: Reinstalled everything, latest drivers, updated the bios to latest version, the computer came from the store with lots of programs i dont use plus i had installed and uninstalled lots of stuff, anyways, just know the system everything is running fine now, played BF2 online maximum settings 1024(only anti-aliasing off) for like 7 hours, not one crash Thanks guys the support, see ya
  6. Already did it, using a bootable CD of memtest86, but i let ir running only 12 hours, showed 0 errors. Ill try some other things, if none works ill try the memtest again, thanks When i do the sfc /scannnow it asks to the windows installation CD, to replace the DLLs i think, is this command supposed to do that ?? If its right ill inset the win xp CD next time. Directx version is 9.0c 4.09.0000.0904 does it need to be updated ?? Ill update the vga drivers and the mother board Bios (just discovered my Bios drivers are Beta) Ah, and i forget to say that there are two buttons in the error message it says: Press OK to terminate Press Cancel to de debug Both do nothing. Is the cancel button supposed to generate a memory dump proces file or i need a debug program to do that?? Thanks a lot guys Edit: Sorry cluberti, i posted before i had finished
  7. Already did it, but i let ir running only 12 hours, showed 0 errors. Ill try some other things, if none works ill try the memtest again, thanks When i do the sfc /scannnow it asks to the windows installation CD, to replace the DLLs i think, is this command supposed to do that ?? If its right ill inset the win xp CD next time. Directx version is 9.0c 4.09.0000.0904 does it need to be updated ?? Ill update the vga drivers and the mother board Bios (just discovered my Bios drivers are Beta)
  8. My system: m2n-sli deluxe athlon 4400+ geforce evga 8600GT kingston 2048mb (2x 1gb) 667mhz hd 160gb samsung sata2 Hey guys, first, sorry for my english, hope you can understand I bought this PC two months ago, and it already came with those errors, but they do not happened often, so i didnt worried about. It already happened when i was navigating with IE, or playing a game, so its not with a specific program, but they were very rare. But just now i was playing Battlefield 2 online and it was crashing on and on in the midle of the game. It is the first game im playing online in this PC. If i remeber well, i got no crashes (memory errors) playing this game with bots, offline. I must have played this game OFFLINE like 4 or 5 hours total with none of these errors, while ONLINE i got like 5 errors in 40 minutes. The game crashes to desktop when the error occur, with the buttons OK and Cancel, both seems to do the same thing Now, i got a fe of those errors too playing NFS Carbon, never played it online tho, always offline, so i dont think its totally related with playing online With F.E.A.R. (and expansion) and GTA SA, i got absolutely no crashes at all during the game, i played both till the end, several hours, no errors at all The error is : ""The instruction at xxxxxxxx referenced memory at xxxxxxxx the memory could not be read" Sometimes it says "the memory could not be write" , and the numbers (where i wrote xxxxxxxx actually there are numbers and letters) varies, and sometimes its all zeros, like "The instruction at 00x000000 referenced memory at 00x000000 the memory could not be read". Also i ran memtest, the one you run under windows, that only tests the free memory, and the one that you run under DOS, with a memtest boot CD, both i let running all night. No errors. Anyone have any clue what this could possibly be ?? Sorry for the long text, i just tried explain the best possible cause i know this error is very difficult to solve since it appears to have several causes, so i wont be surprised if noone answers Thanks everyone
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