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A kernel-mode process or driver attempted to perform an illegal memory allocation. The problem can often be traced to a bug in a driver or software. It is also occasionally caused by a failure in a hardware device. You can find detailed debugging instructions for this error in Knowledge Base article 265879, How to Debug Stop 0xC2 or Stop 0x000000C2 Error Messages.
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STOP 0x000000D1 or DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
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This is one of the most common STOP errors (see Figure 33-1). The error typically occurs when a driver tries to access an improper memory address. Check for unsigned drivers, and be especially suspicious of recently installed or updated antivirus programs, disk utilities, and backup programs, which may install a faulty file-system filter driver.
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STOP 0x000000D8 or DRIVER_USED_EXCESSIVE_PTES
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If a poorly written driver causes your computer to request large amounts of kernel memory, you may run out of page table entries (PTEs) and see this error message. The underlying cause of the error and troubleshooting suggestions are identical to those found in the STOP 0x3F message.
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STOP 0x000000EA or THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER
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You may see this error message after you install a new video adapter or an updated (and poorly written) video driver that causes the system to pause indefinitely while waiting for the video hardware. To resolve the problem, replace the video adapter or use a different video driver.
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Part 8: System Maintenance and Recovery
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Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out, Second Edition
STOP 0x000000ED or UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME
Windows XP was unable to gain access to the volume containing boot files. If you see this STOP message while attempting to upgrade a system to Windows XP, verify that you have compatible drivers for the disk controller and check the drive cabling to make sure it is configured properly. If you re using ATA-66 or ATA-100 drivers, make sure you have an 80-connector cable, not a standard 40-connector IDE cable. See the troubleshooting suggestions for STOP 0x7B errors as well. In some cases, this error will spontaneously correct itself after you restart your system.
STOP 0x000000F2 or HARDWARE_INTERRUPT_STORM
This hardware-related STOP error can be extremely frustrating to experience and even more vexing to troubleshoot. The Windows XP kernel detects an interrupt storm when a device fails to release an interrupt request (IRQ). This failure is usually caused by a poorly written device driver or a bug in firmware. To isolate the problem, try to determine which device is associated with the file name listed in the driver information section of the STOP message. Then use Device Manager or the System Information tool to identify other devices using the same IRQ, as described in Viewing and Changing Resource Assignments, page 149. Remove all the devices identified as using that IRQ and add them back, one at a time, until the problem recurs.
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STOP 0xC000021A or STATUS_SYSTEM_PROCESS_TERMINATED
This message indicates a serious security problem with Windows XP a user-mode subsystem, such as Winlogon or the Client Server Runtime Subsystem (Csrss.exe), is compromised. The most common cause of this problem is a third-party program, and the solution is usually to remove that program. This error can also occur if a backup set has been partially restored, causing a mismatch in system files, or if system permissions have been incorrectly modified so that the System account no longer has permission to access system files and folders.
STOP 0xC0000221 or STATUS_IMAGE_CHECKSUM_MISMATCH
File or disk corruption problems (including a damaged page file) and faulty hardware are the most common causes of this type of STOP error. The message usually includes the name of the damaged file at the end of the symbolic error name or on a line by itself; you might be able to restore the file from the Windows XP CD using Recovery Console. Restoring the Last Known Good Configuration might also help to resolve this problem.
Troubleshooting Windows Errors
Customizing How Windows Handles STOP Errors
When Windows encounters a serious error that forces it to stop running, it takes the following actions:
1 The system displays a STOP message. 2 Based on the preferences defined for the current Windows installation, the system writes debugging information to the page file. When the computer restarts, this information is saved as a crash dump file, which can be used to debug the specific cause of an error. 3 Again based on the current preferences, the system either pauses with the STOP message on the screen or restarts when the crash dump information has been saved.
You can customize two crucial aspects of this process by defining the size of the crash dump files and specifying whether you want Windows to restart automatically after a STOP message appears. By default, Windows XP automatically restarts after a STOP message. That s the preferred strategy in response to a random, isolated STOP error. But if you re experiencing chronic STOP errors, you may have more troubleshooting success by reconfiguring Windows to halt at the STOP message and wait for you to manually restart the system. To make this change, follow these steps:
1 Open the System Properties dialog box from Control Panel. (As a shortcut, click the Start button, right-click My Computer, and choose Properties.) 2 Click the Advanced tab and then click the Settings button under the Startup And Recovery heading. 3 In the Startup And Recovery dialog box, clear the Automatically Restart check box.
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