Savant was unable to detect a valid network connection. Savant requires a valid
TCP/IP network to start up. Once Savant has started, it will continue to run
regardless of network service fluctuations. In other words, Savant will not
start without a valid TCP/IP network but if your network goes down then comes
back up Savant will continue to service requests normally. Since Savant cannot
properly initialize its services without a valid TCP/IP network connection, Savant
shuts down upon receipt of this error.
This error is almost always the fault of your network connection. It can sometimes
be caused by a TCP/IP fault.
To solve this problem, try the following steps:
- Restart your computer to clear any existing TCP/IP fault.
- Verify that your TCP/IP network connection is valid.
- Re-install your TCP/IP implementation in the Network dialog of the Control
Panel to correct a possibly corrupted TCP/IP implementation.