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Windows Driver Kit inc\bugcodes.h look-up

I'm getting a frequent Blue Screen of Death in Vista with the codes:

   0x00000124 (0x00000000, 0x843d7440, 0xb2000040, 0x00000800)

Alas the 0x124 code isn't listed at http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms789516.aspx

I was wondering is some kind soul hereabouts happens to have the Windows Driver Kit (WDK) already downloaded and could look in inc\bugcodes.h to see what 0x124 corresponds to?

[I can't confront downloading a 2.4G ISO from http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/DevTools/WDK/WDKpkg.mspx for a quick lookup!]
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Are you thinking of http://www.jsifaq.com/SF/Tips/Tip.aspx?id=8663 ("8663 » The ERR.EXE Error Code Lookup tool")?

"Even though the Error Code Look-up page indicates that the ERR.EXE tool is for Exchange Server, it is really for Windows operating systems."

D:\resource\Err>err 0x00000124
# for hex 0x124 / decimal 292 :
  MCIERR_MISSING_DEVICE_NAME                                    mmsystem.h
  STATUS_PROCESS_IN_JOB                                         ntstatus.h
# The specified process is part of a job.
  SQL_292_severity_16                                           sql_err
# There is insufficient result space to convert a smallmoney
# value to %ls.
# 3 matches found for "0x00000124"

or

D:\resource\Err>err /ntstatus.h 0x00000124
# ntstatus.h selected.
# for hex 0x124 / decimal 292 :
  STATUS_PROCESS_IN_JOB                                         ntstatus.h
# The specified process is part of a job.
# 1 matches found for "0x00000124"
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That's an excellent find, jkr. Many thanks. But sadly, either it doesn't have the latest bugcodes.h built into it or 0x124 isn't listed anyhow. I wonder if bugcodes.h was added to with the launch of Vista?

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C:\Users\Rob Staveley\Downloads\Err>err /bugcodes.h 0x124
# bugcodes.h selected.
# NOT FOUND: 0x124
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Yup, I just noticed that, too :-(

Not even the online version of MSDN has any info about that bug check code other than a "forum" thread...
It's always puzzled me why you can't access a page on a Microsoft site and get the functionality of [an updated version of] err.exe.