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Posted on 2004-08-12
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Fatal Execution Engine Error (796741ed) (80131506)


OS= Longhorn Build 4074
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Question by:Serotonin_X_Infinite
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by:ilovemykeyki
ID: 11790424
Hi...

Can you give more info about the error, system descriptions, OS, softwares running...etc??? When does this occur?
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by:SNilsson
ID: 11790597

Since it is Longhorn, it may be an un-documented error code, and it may also be due to functionallity not yet implemented in Longhorn, best shot might be to ask at MS's beta test pages.
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by:ravisimpi
ID: 11791154
What are the settings for 'xinfo.noDGA' True or false?

and what about 'disable_acceleration' True or false?

 Try changing their values..

may this will help

Can you log in??

If you can log in.. then open the file manager, File >> run>>Cmd.exe.

 then 'net stop winfs'
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by:ilovemykeyki
ID: 11791192
hi again....i searched google and i found this link....

http://www.vmware.com/community/thread.jspa?threadID=4418&tstart=135

maybe it can help you.......

regards.
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Sohel Rana earned 500 total points
ID: 11794091
Hi Serotonin_X_Infinite:

If you can fix the problem according to the expert's suggestions then no problem. Otherwise, I will suggest you to wait for the stable version of Longhorn. During this time you use other OS version like windows XP and so on.

rsdn
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by:Serotonin_X_Infinite
ID: 11986639
Gone back to Windows Server 2003 with Longhorn Slate Style and most other features in Longhorn. Thanks for now anyway.
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by:SNilsson
ID: 11998065

I see no reason for a refund, some useful comments here and no feedback.
Besides he actually did what rsdn suggested.
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by:Serotonin_X_Infinite
ID: 12034221
Why've I just received an email acbout this?
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