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Details of message say: Stack Fault Error in module: unknown.

This has resently begun happening when booting up. This is a Win95 machine on a Small Business Server network. It has minimal resources and has always been slow but started being much slower about the time this message began appearing.


 
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by:hewittg
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dsander,

try adding: stacks=9,256 to the config.sys

Hope it helps.

Glenn
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by:dsander
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I'll try that but it will be tomorrow before I can.

I'm skeptical though - the system has been working without errors.
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pschwan earned 100 total points
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You can also try reinstalling your email client.  Exchng32 relates to an Exchange email client, such as Outlook.

Sorry if this posts twice...browser was timing out.
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by:dsander
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That did it - thanks
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