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# 18900 29-Jan-2008 00:57
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I've been having too many troubles in winXP sp2 so I removed sp2. That opened up different problems so I tried to re-install windows from my cd. Now I get a message before windows loads that says "Insufficient system resources exist to complete the API" and quickly disappears. The system then reboots and does this cycle over and over. I've tried to check out other posts and I've seen the same message for issues with hibernation and systems with more than 1 gb. but I'm not trying to hibernate! I do NOT want to start a fresh install as I would lose too many things that, of course, are not backed up. Anyone? Thanks!

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# 107314 29-Jan-2008 01:09
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Is this an original copy? Windows XP with Service Pack 2 is in general very stable.

I suggest you try to find the root cause of this problem.

It can be hardware related as well as a virus.

Make sure you have all the latest drivers for your cards and bios.

Look in the event log for more information as well.

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Wannabe Geek

  # 107315 29-Jan-2008 01:22
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it is an original version?
when printing is not coming in LAN .i just restart the system
then it appered this message.
i think they is no hardware or virus problem.
what to do then?
please help me?


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# 107316 29-Jan-2008 01:34
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Have you tryed running the repair option from the CD?


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# 107340 29-Jan-2008 08:24
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gadiram: i think they is no hardware or virus problem.

Have you run an antivirus and antispyware? Have you tested the computer?

I recommend you run an antivirus and antispyware now.

Once again, if this is not an original Windows installation that came with your computer and is validated, then I wouldn't trust it.

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Wannabe Geek

  # 107437 29-Jan-2008 19:22
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ok i have opened the system this that time also this problem has arrised.
at that time i gone to the option of F8.
boot the computer when the system fails

is there any problemin selecting a option like that?

again i saw the size of c drive it is of is full of size
the supporting file to boot the windows is of there any alternative to increase the size of the disk not by inserting booting CD for repairing there any other way.

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