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I recently installed NT4.0 on my system to dual boot with 95Plus. When I boot to NT I get the following error message
"At least one service or driver failed during startup..."

I printed off the events that occur from the event viewer they are as follows:

1/25/98      5:18:16 PM      Service Control Manager      Error      None      7001      N/A      FDBCAD      The Computer Browser service depends on the Server service which failed to start because of the following error:
Not enough server storage is available to process this command.                                                  
1/25/98      5:18:13 PM      Service Control Manager      Error      None      7023      N/A      FDBCAD      The Server service terminated with the following error:
Not enough server storage is available to process this command.                                                  
1/25/98      5:18:13 PM      msbusmou      Warning      None      26      N/A      FDBCAD      The description for Event ID ( 26 ) in Source ( msbusmou ) could not be found. It contains the following insertion string(s): .
1/25/98      5:18:13 PM      mssermou      Warning      None      26      N/A      FDBCAD      The description for Event ID ( 26 ) in Source ( mssermou ) could not be found. It contains the following insertion string(s): .
1/25/98      5:18:13 PM      msinport      Warning      None      26      N/A      FDBCAD      The description for Event ID ( 26 ) in Source ( msinport ) could not be found. It contains the following insertion string(s): .
1/25/98      5:18:13 PM      atapi      Error      None      4      N/A      FDBCAD      Driver detect an internal error in its data structures for .
1/25/98      5:18:13 PM      atapi      Error      None      22      N/A      FDBCAD      "A conflict has been detected between two drivers which claimed two overlapping Io port regions. Driver imgatapi, with device <\Device\ScsiPort0.Translated>, claimed an IO port range with starting address in data address 0x28 and 0x2c, and length in data address 0x30. "
1/25/98      5:18:04 PM      EventLog      Information      None      6005      N/A      FDBCAD      The Event log service was started.
1/25/98      5:18:13 PM      atapi      Error      None      22      N/A      FDBCAD      "A conflict has been detected between two drivers which claimed two overlapping Io port regions. Driver atapi, with device <\Device\ScsiPort2.Translated>, claimed an IO port range with starting address in data address 0x28 and 0x2c, and length in data address 0x30. "

My system consists of the following:

Micron Pentium II 266Mhz
6.4 Gig HD partitioned evenly into C:,D:, & E:
64m of ram
Windows NT 4.0 SP3
Diamond Stealth 3D 2000 Pro
Iomega ZIP 100 internal drive
Hitachi CDR-8330 24x CD-ROM drive

How can I clean-up these errors that are occuring during startup. Thanx.
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biyiadeniran earned 140 total points
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Hi,
1. For the first error message reapply service pack 3 update.exe.

2. The second set of errors is being caused by Intellipoint and to resolve it use this information:

After you install the Microsoft IntelliPoint version 2.0 software in Windows NT 4.0, the event log may show the following error message
   <msfile> Event ID 26 - "The description for Event ID (26) in Source (<msfile>) could not be found. It contains the following insertions string(s):"
 
where <msfile> is Msbusmou, Mssermou, or Msinport.
 
CAUSE
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The IntelliPoint software installs these devices and sets them to System startup. When Windows NT does not find these devices, it logs an event 26 and unload the drivers from memory.
 
RESOLUTION
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To disable these devices, follow these steps:
 
1. In Control Panel, double-click Devices.
 
2. Click the device mentioned in the event log.
 
3. Click Startup.
 
4. Set the Startup Type to Disabled, and then click OK.
 
5. Close Control Panel and then restart the computer.

Good luck.
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by:fdbguy
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Step one: I reapplied the SP3 and that eliminated the first two error messages, but during its application it prompted me to overwrite the following files with older ones (but I did not)

Was I right in doing so?

comctl32.dll
desk.cpl
grpconv.exe
rsabase.dll
schannel.dll
setupapi.dll
crypt32.dll
digsig.dll
msoss.dll
stdole2.tlb

After I rebooted the Zip drive was being called "B". I reinstalled the Zip drivers and then disabled the Msbusmou, Mssermou and Msinport devices.

I rebooted again and the next three errors were corrected. The last three were not. The following are the errors that were produced:

1/26/98      6:57:37 PM      atapi      Error      None      4      N/A      FDBCAD      Driver detect an internal error in its data structures for .
1/26/98      6:57:37 PM      atapi      Error      None      22      N/A      FDBCAD      A conflict has been detected between two drivers which claimed two overlapping Io port regions. Driver imgatapi, with device <\Device\ScsiPort0.Translated>, claimed an IO port range with starting address in data address 0x28 and 0x2c, and length in data address 0x30.
1/26/98      6:57:37 PM      atapi      Error      None      22      N/A      FDBCAD      A conflict has been detected between two drivers which claimed two overlapping Io port regions. Driver atapi, with device <\Device\ScsiPort2.Translated>, claimed an IO port range with starting address in data address 0x28 and 0x2c, and length in data address 0x30.

Were almost there! Do you have any idea how to correct these errors? Do you need more information? Let me know!

Also was I correct to not overwrite the newer files during SP3 reapplication?

Thanks,
Fred


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by:fdbguy
ID: 1789581
I didn't clarify earlier, but the Zip drive should be "F". It returned to the "F" drive after I reinstalled the Iomega Atapi driver. Apparently when the SP3 is applied it flips the Zip drive to "B".

Later,
Fred
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by:biyiadeniran
ID: 1789582
do you have another atapi card on your machine? it seems to be a conflict between imgatapi (like iomega to me) and an atapi. Check to see if there are 2 scsi
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by:fdbguy
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Let me do some digging and I'll get back to you!

Fred
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by:fdbguy
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Well,

The error messages are gone and this is what I did. There were two SCSI Adapter drivers installed. The first one was IDE CD-ROM (ATAPI 1.2)/Dual-channel PCI IDE Controller. It was 'unstarted' and no devices were using it.

 The second one was Iomega ZIP IDE / ATAPI and it had a status of 'started'. All my devices were using this one, IBM-DHEA-36480 hard drive, Hitachi CDR-8330 CD-ROM and IOMEGA ZIP-100 removable disk.

So I deleted the Iomega Adapter, rebooted and no more conflicts.

So I guess that's that! Thanks for the help!

Fred


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by:fdbguy
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I forgot to mention after I rebooted all the devices were using the IDE CD-ROM...Controller.

Thanks again!
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