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Is there a server named PTTRAIN in the network?
The error messages say during the task of looking for an existing Master Browser in that workgroup, no-one offered their identity. Usually coz your box is doing it.
M$ networks have elections every 12 minutes, hence the polling to see who thinks they are holding the latest browse list.
If you aren't being a pdc for logons, say NO to Domain Master.
I have SWAT for all the samba servers and find it very useful. I also use WinSCP (looks like Norton Commander) which allows me full access to all files on the servers so I can manually edit if needed - and examine the log files :-)