Not enough server storage is available to process this command. (Question)

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body electric

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#1
Hello;
I have looked up my problem on Microsoft's knowledge base and it pointed to this general fix. Microsoft's knowledge base answer

It says' to change my IRPstackSize to 0x4 for best results. Well in my IRPstackSize this is what I have
IRPstackSize\REG_DWORD\0x0000000000 (11)

do I highlight the IRPstackSize and choose modify binary data? When I do that it comes up with this.
0 0 0 0 0 0 ......
what do I change? or how do I change to reflect there results?
 
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chooch

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#2
Double click on the IRPstackSize. It should read the letter b, to see the number select the option that says decimal now it should read number 11. Also you stated that it reads 0x0000000000 (11)
It should actually read 0x0000000b (11). Hope this helps.
 
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body electric

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#3
So chooch, 11 is a good number in there? It says in the techknowledge that 12 is max, if I have 11 that means it's set to almost maximum. Yes, I left out the b. Do I need to change the binary data?
 

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