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    Getting a strange error... Windows2000

    First of all no hardware changes have been made nor any software has been installed... TYhis is on my father in laws puter..

    Anyways out of no where his computer will get a BSOD and the error is " Memory exception stacks exceeded 00X00000033"

    I have looked on google and with copernin pro but most of the entries found were for Linux or Unix...

    Any help would be appreciated... thank you
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    hmmm sounds like a ram problem, or the windows memory management is screwed in witch case you'll have to format
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    List the specs of that comp as detailed as you can get.

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    I sent him the link UOD.. thanks... Nightowl he has his bussiness info and the like on his puter... this time reformat is the absolute last resort!

    Thanks for the help guys/....
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    Ok I got the exact error message this time... sorry about the first post guys...

    STOP: 0x00000035
    NO_MORE_IRP_STACK_LOCATIONS (0x825E1828, 0x00000000, 0x000000000, 0x00000000)


    any help would be appreciated...
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    This is all I could find on Technet searching with "NO_MORE_IRP_STACK_LOCATIONS"

    PSS ID Number: Q155935
    Article last modified on 06-01-2001

    2.00 3.51 4.00




    ======================================================================
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    The information in this article applies to:

    - the operating system: Microsoft Windows NT, versions 3.51, 4.0
    - Microsoft IntelliPoint software, version 2.0
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    SYMPTOMS
    ========

    After you install the Microsoft IntelliPoint software version 2.0 in Microsoft
    Windows NT Server or Workstation version 3.51 or 4.0 and you change your mouse,
    you may receive error messages or you may be unable to log on to your computer.

    For example, with Windows NT version 3.51, you may experience one of the
    following symptoms:

    - Changing from a PS/2 mouse to a serial mouse may cause you to be unable to
    log on to your Windows NT computer and you may receive Service Control
    Manager error messages.

    - Changing from a serial mouse to a PS/2 mouse may cause several event log
    errors similar to the following errors:

    Event id: 24
    Source: msi8042
    Type: error

    Description: The description for Event ID (24) in Source ( msi8042 )
    could not be found. It contains the following insertion string(s): ,
    msi8042, \Device\KeyboardPort1.Translated.

    Or, with Windows NT version 4.0, you may experience one of the following
    symptoms:

    - Changing from a PS/2 mouse to a serial mouse may cause the following Stop
    message:

    STOP 0x00000035
    No_More_irp_stack_locations

    - Changing from a serial mouse to a PS/2 mouse may cause several event log
    errors similar to the following errors:

    Event id: 24
    Source: msi8042
    Type: error

    Description: The description for Event ID (24) in Source ( msi8042 )
    could not be found. It contains the following insertion string(s): ,
    msi8042, \Device\KeyboardPort1.Translated.

    CAUSE
    =====

    The registry entries for the mouse and keyboard drivers are not correctly
    updated when you change your mouse with the IntelliPoint 2.0 software installed
    in Windows NT version 3.51 or 4.0.

    RESOLUTION
    ==========

    To resolve this issue, follow the steps in the appropriate section:

    Windows NT version 3.51
    -----------------------

    If you changed from a PS/2 mouse to a serial mouse, follow these steps:

    1. Start Windows NT using the last known good configuration. To do so, restart
    your computer and press the SPACEBAR when you see the "Press spacebar NOW to
    invoke Hardware Profile/Last Known Good menu" message. The last known good
    configuration works only if you have not successfully logged on since the
    problem began.

    2. Double-click IntelliPoint Uninstall in the Microsoft Input Devices group.

    3. Click Finish, click Close, and then click Restart Windows.

    4. Double-click Windows NT Setup in the Main group.

    NOTE: Windows NT Setup displays a PS/2 mouse driver even though you are
    currently using a serial mouse.

    5. Click Options and click Change Mouse Or Keyboard.

    6. Click Microsoft Serial Mouse in the Mouse box, and then click Close.

    7. Click Current, click Options, click Exit, and then click OK.

    8. Restart your computer and reinstall the IntelliPoint 2.0 software.

    If you changed from a serial mouse to a PS/2 mouse, follow these steps:

    1. Double-click IntelliPoint Uninstall in the Microsoft Input Devices group.

    2. Click Finish, click Close, and then click Return To Windows.

    3. Double-click Control Panel in the Main group.

    4. Double-click Devices, click Sermouse, and then click Startup.

    5. Click Disabled, click OK, and then click Yes.

    6. Click Close, and then restart your computer.

    7. Reinstall the IntelliPoint 2.0 software.

    Windows NT version 4.0
    ----------------------

    If you changed from a PS/2 mouse to a serial mouse, follow these steps:

    1. Start Windows NT using the last known good configuration. To do so, restart
    your computer and press the SPACEBAR when you see the "Press spacebar NOW to
    invoke Hardware Profile/Last Known Good menu" message. The last known good
    configuration works only if you have not successfully logged on since the
    problem began.

    2. Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.

    3. Double-click Add/Remove Programs, click Microsoft IntelliPoint 2.0, and then
    click Add/Remove.

    4. Click Finish, click Close, and then click Restart Windows.

    5. Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.

    6. Double-click Mouse and then click General.

    NOTE: The driver name displayed is Microsoft PS/2 Port Mouse even though you
    are currently using a serial mouse.

    7. Click Change and then click Show All Devices.

    8. Click Microsoft Serial Mouse and then click OK.

    9. Click Yes, click Close, and then restart your computer.

    10. Reinstall the Microsoft IntelliPoint 2.0 software.

    If you changed from a serial mouse to a PS/2 mouse, follow these steps:

    1. Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.

    2. Double-click Add/Remove Programs, click Microsoft IntelliPoint 2.0, and then
    click Add/Remove.

    3. Click Finish, click Close, and then click Return To Windows.

    4. Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.

    5. Double-click Devices, click Serial Mouse Driver, and then click Startup.

    6. Click Disabled, click OK, and then click Close.

    7. Restart the computer and then reinstall the IntelliPoint 2.0 software.

    STATUS
    ======

    Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem in the Microsoft IntelliPoint
    software version 2.0. We are researching this problem and will post new
    information here in the Microsoft Knowledge Base as it becomes available.

    Additional query words: blue screen hung stop responding pointer

    ======================================================================
    Keywords :
    Technology : kbOSWinSearch kbOSWinNT400 kbOSWinNT351 kbIntellipointSearch kbOSWinNTSearch kbIntelliPoint200
    Version : 2.00 3.51 4.00
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    Copyright Microsoft Corporation 2001.
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