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I happen to try installation of NT Server on 486/33,
   16M, 170M system.(Just testing)
   The installation went smooth upto the 1st phase. Just
   after rebooting and restarting the system, Setup loads
   files from c:, the kernel blue window appears, then at
   the bottom of this screen 'Processing information files...'
   appear for one second and then blue screen with
   STOP:0x00000050,(0xffffffff),(0x00000000),
   (0x00000000),(0x00000000)PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA.

   Can any one help me to fix the problem? I really would
   appreciate.
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Question by:ferid
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by:Mark Aerts
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Can you try with other memory modules, I think it's a memory problem, also load bios defaults
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Well first of all NT isn't meant to be run under 16 megs of ram. You may try remapping the memory and that might solve your problem. Also even though nt isn't meant for 16 megs of ram I know of machines that currently use that. So still that shouldn't be the problem. Do you have any other os's in the background? How much space is left on the harddrive after the installation of the NT? It might have been trying to use a part of your disk as swap, but if you don' t even have enough space for that then it just can't load. It's definitely something having to do with memory. Good luck

Riemann
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