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Still no luck. ROOT\MS_PSCHEDMP is not an issue: it comes up when you add QoS to any of the network adapter. The issue is: what is preventing Windows 2000 to load the network driver? Anyone with debugging capabilities? The driver is for Windows XP but Dependency Walker found no issues (only apphelp.dll missing warning on the coInstaller DLL).