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By imranmcse ·
I am using windows NT network. Network is running very smooth , but one computer which is Windows NT worksation is not coming in the list of network browsers list, when I saw then I found that Server service was not running but when I tried to startit it gives me a error message which is " Error 1130: Not Enough server storage is available to process this command". Tell me that how can i recover this problem.

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by TimTheToolMan In reply to Emergency Please help me ...

Hi,

The following web site has a list of possible causes and solutions. Pick the one that suits your situation...

http://www.ezine.com/QandA/SP3.html

(remove spaces from the above URL)

Cheers,
Tim.

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by maxwell edison In reply to Emergency Please help me ...

This is according to Microsoft article Q151427 titled, "Server Service May Fail After Installing Network Card".

When you try to start the server service at the command line using the command:

NET START SERVER

the following error message appears:

System error 1130 has occurred.
Not enough server storage is available to process this command.

This problem typically occurs with computers that come from the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) with Windows NT and Service Pack 3 preinstalled.

CAUSE:
This problem can occur if Windows NT is installed and the latest service pack is installed before any network services are installed. If the Srv.sys file is not present when the service pack is applied it is not updated because Update.exe updates only components that are installed on the Windows NT system. When Windows NT starts up after the network services have been installed from the original Windows NT CD-ROM, the original non-Service Pack 3 version of the Srv.sys file is used. To correctly work with the rest of the updated system files, the Srv.sys file must be updated to the same version as the installed service pack.

RESOLUTION:
Reapply the Windows NT Service Pack.

(I'd use service pack 6)

Good luck,

Maxwell

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by stromn In reply to Emergency Please help me ...

Try installing the latest service pack.

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by asarks In reply to Emergency Please help me ...

Reinstall SP6

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by johntech In reply to Emergency Please help me ...

Install the latest service pack.

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