After 9 days of being up

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by ZipTriX, Jan 2, 2002.

  1. ZipTriX

    ZipTriX Guest

    After 9 days of my computer running, it finally crashed. :(

    Got this error: Process_Has_Locked_Pages

    Stop: 0x00000076 (0x00000000, 0x857F1260, 0x00000001, 0x00000000)


    Any ideas?
     
  2. Lonman

    Lonman Bleh!

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  3. ZipTriX

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    How do I fix it?
     
  4. Lonman

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    The article gives you a way to track down the insolent driver. The next time it happens it will identify it for you and you can go from there.
     
  5. ZipTriX

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    Would there be a log somewhere with error, so I can look at?
     
  6. Lonman

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    Yes. In event viewer. Right at the moment it's not configured to tell you about your current error code though. If you follow that article it will actually name the driver in the BSOD with this error code prefix: STOP: 0x000000CB.

    Currently, there's no way to identify the driver until you follow this articles registry tweak.
     
  7. ZipTriX

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    well damn
     
  8. Lonman

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    If I understand the article correctly, I don't think you'll have to wait long for your BSOD. I think as soon as the stake tracing picks up it up - WHAM, then you can name the driver and look for the cure.
     
  9. ZipTriX

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    I am so lost on reading it.

    What does this mean? 0x00000076 (0x Y ,0x Y ,0x Y ,0x Y ) <~~~~ are then first number, after the 0x, for each 8 digit code it gave me?
     
  10. Lonman

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    You really don't need to worry about this code now that it's been identified. The number in parenthesis are variables that will change from system to system.

    The next code is what you need to be concerned with, when it names the dirty driver for you.

    I'd go in and create the registry entry, export it and give it to you, but you need to go back in afterwards and turn it off. Welcome to NT man, lol.
     
  11. ZipTriX

    ZipTriX Guest

    good god i am so lost....lol


    all i want is for my computer to run and not blue screen :(
     
  12. Lonman

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    Ok, the guide is outdated. the place they tell you to create this value doesn't exist in the spot they say it does. I'm pretty certain this is what you will end up with:

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management]
    "TrackLockedPages"=dword:00000001

    For now you can take this file, doulble click on it and say "yes" to adding the value to the registry. But later, when the BSOD error gives you the driver name, you'll need to go back in with regedit and delete "TrackLockedPages" out of "[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management]" using regedit.

    Here's the file that will add it for you (remember, you have to delete it later by yourself):
     
  13. ZipTriX

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    thank you....we shall see what program is causing the problem in 9 days. :D