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Yes, open the Windows calculator and click on view /
scientific to change the calculator to scientific mode.
Next click Hex then input each octet then click on Dec
to convert the data from hexidecimal to decimal e.g.,
decimal: 220.127.116.11 =
hex:: CF 6A 20 5
"garytn9988" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:
> How do you convert the dwords in the event log message into an IP address?
> In the event log, the message states something like you can find the node
> address in the 2nd and 3rd dwords of the message, to find what node that
> causing the error.