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virtual pc 2004 crashing

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I have virtual pc 2004 and it keeps crashing on my host machine. not sure what is causing this. here is the error I get in event viewer on the host machine. the host is a 2000 server box fully updated

The description for Event ID ( 1000 ) in Source ( Microsoft Virtual PC 2004 ) cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. The following information is part of the event: virtual pc.exe, 5.3.582.27, virtual pc.exe, 5.3.582.27, 0019e948.
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Lot of different possibilities.
How much ram and how many Gb free on the disk have you on the host machine ?
Look better in system log and application log for events about virtual pc.

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