Sql-Server 2000 error 3634, in severity 20

Multi instance SQL-Server 2000 with service pack 4 applied on MS windows 2003 server.
Received error 3634, in severity 20, state 1 (Fatal error in current process).
The database on which the error 3624 is reported, seems to be running in good state, as there is is no sign of any data corruption according to chechdb.

 1. According to sql-logs this error occurred while process spid 169 was running.
 2. Profiler captured two processes (stored procedures) both with spid 169, running on
     different databases.

I have already looked into following MS KB: KB330307 and KB825197, but these does not solve the problem.

I hope that the question is clear.
Please advice.
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dbeneitCommented:
SEHC,
 if you are connecting via tcp/ip, and you can try LCP using (local).


I have been severals problems with W2k3 and SQLSERVER, more in 2005 than 2000. The last week, we reinstaling a 2003 server with 2000 server and the problem was forgotten. SP2 of W2k3 can solve this. Can you install it?
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SEHCAuthor Commented:
Hi dbeneit,
Thanks for your reply.
I will look into it, and find out how much downtime it will require for our SQL environment.
Thanks.
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