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    Server service cannot be started

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    by jinsong_li ·

    My workstation has problem to start the Server service. It gave me “Error 1130, Not enough server storage is available to process this command.” Any idea?

    Thanks.

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    • #3778629

      Server service cannot be started

      by clpadmin ·

      In reply to Server service cannot be started

      Reinstall the service pack (4 or greater). If that doesnt help, do the following:

      1) Open the registry (REGEDT32.EXE).

      2) Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Parameters
      and add value MinFreeConnections with a REG_DWORD of 5 (decimal).

      3) Right click Network Neighborhood and select properties. Select the Services tab. Select Server and click configure. Under optimizations, select Maximum throughput for File Sharing.

      4) Reboot.

    • #3778541

      Server service cannot be started

      by ian.campbell ·

      In reply to Server service cannot be started

      Have you recently installed any new software that would eat up Disk space ?

      Try looking at the free space on the drive where NT Server is installed (e.g. C: Drive). If you cannot get to the Server login, then you will need to boot from floppy disks!

      If there is plenty free space there, check total/free memory (Physical RAM). The POST screen or Hardware Setup utility should tell you that.

    • #3778488

      Server service cannot be started

      by volksjager ·

      In reply to Server service cannot be started

      I agree with proposed answer 1. I had the same problem last week on two machines. Re-applying the SP, in this case 6a, fixed the problem.

    • #3776995

      Server service cannot be started

      by dbowlin ·

      In reply to Server service cannot be started

      Reapply whatever service pack you are currently at….equal to or better than SP3.

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