server service can not be startes under winnt
I installed a 3com (3C0905B). The card seems to work properly. But the server service can not be started because of insufficient server memory.
There are no IRQ conflicts. The server service is auto and the only service that can not be started.
The system is:
-WinNT (SP 3)
-P100, 32 MB RAM
[This message has been edited by Malte (edited 03-31-99).]
Sorry to leave you just links but they should help. Type in: insufficient server memory
at these two sites.
Let us know if you find anything out. I'll try to check into it later.
[This message has been edited by Bleeding Edge (edited 03-28-99).]
Would you please give us more info? When was the first time it happenned? General configuration of your server? It could be that the nic card's irq is conflicting with another devices. Check the server services applet and make sure about the status. It should auto or on.
What applications are loaded at startup. 32 meg is alot, for most workstations if you don't do more than wordprocessing. but a server has to keep track of quite a few more things and it may be that you have too much in memory at that time. you may also want to increase the size of your page file so that the hard drive can hold some of that info.
go to control panel, and click on system, then the performance tab. you will see a virtual memory section with a change button in it. My page file is set at 180MB but for you 64-96MB would probably be all you could do without too much lag.
youi might try theseand see what happens.
Hello again, Malte! Yes, it could be the page file but it is setup automatically by the operating system. In addition to the previous messages, I would suggest to reinstall the network card and the drivers. It looks you have the wrong driver installed. Good luck!
manually set virtual memory to 2*(amount of physical RAM) + 12.. then reinstall SP3
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