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I would look in the event viewer to see what type of event is logged. Jot down the event ID and search Microsoft and Oracle?s site. It may be a third party application that is causing it. Also, make sure your NT server is running the latest service packs. If you can upgrade to Windows 2000 your life will become easier.
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