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Exception Error: 208, Severity: 16, State: 0 on SQL Trace

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Hi Experts,

We are getting Exception Error: 208, Severity: 16, State: 0 when we ran sql trace on sql 2000.  
Our processes were failing due to invalid object name on a temptable.  Can someone please advise why a process can failed to write into a table with this error..

Does memory or disk queue length has to do anything with this error.  
Thanks in Adv!
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Please reply with your source code indicating where the error occurs, or perhaps with your sql trace results.
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