NT Workstation 4.0 bootup error message
If anyone can help with this problem I'll be most grateful...
Everytime I boot up NT, I get an error message, "One or more drivers could not... please check the Event Viewer..."
The Event Viewer provides me with the most cryptic information:
Event ID: 7023
Source: Service Control Manager
Description: The Server service terminated with the following error: Not enough server storage is available to process this command.
This is strange, as I am not set up on a network, so there is no "server", unless I'm missing something.
Under NT, all computers are servers. NT workstation is nothing more than a stripped down verion of NT server. Therfore, there are still server services in workstation.
As far as the error goes, it sounds like a program is trying to run and is running out of memory. Check the service control manager, look for something that starts either at boot , at startup, or is associated with another startup program and is not been started. Try starting it, if you get the same error, then that is most likely the cause.
If that doesn't do it, you might consider asking Microsoft what that error is.
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Straight from Technet, hope this helps.
These error messages can occur if the Server and Computer Browser services have
been set to Automatic Startup on a stand-alone computer that is not connected to
a network or does not have a network adapter installed.
The prevent these errors message, change the Server and Computer Browser
services to Manual Startup:
1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
2. Double-click the Services icon.
3. In the list of installed services, click Computer Browser.
4. Click Startup.
5. Change the Startup Type to Manual, and then click OK.
6. In the list of installed services, click Server, and then click Startup.
7. Change the Startup Type to Manual, and then click OK.
8. Click Close.
9. Restart your computer.
That did it! Boot-up is now error message-free!
Thank you both for your help!
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