Cache Manager and Memory Manager Become Deadlocked When Both Flush an Extended Attribute Stream
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article Q304093 - When an extended attribute stream is flushed, the Cache Manager and the Memory Manager may become deadlocked and may stop responding if they try to flush the stream at the same
Error Message: Memory Could Not Be Read...
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 262490 - When you log on to the local console of your Windows 2000-based computer, you may receive the following error
Event ID 49 Is Logged After Adding Random Access Memory
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 226448 - When you add random access memory (RAM) to a computer that is configured to create a crash dump (Memory.dmp) file, the size of the Pagefile.sys file does not automatically increase to accommodate the Memory.dmp file.
FIX: "Limited Virtual Memory" Error Message When You Start Your Computer
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 257758 - When you set the paging file (Pagefile.sys - on your computer to a size that is lower than the recommended size of 12 megabytes (MB - plus the amount of random access memory (RAM -, a temporary paging file (Temppf.sys - may be created, and you
may receive the following error message after you log on: Limited
Virtual Memory Your system is running without a properly sized
paging file. Please use the virtual memory option of the System
applet in the Control Panel to create a paging file, or to
increase the initial size of your paging file.
Running Out of Memory Can Cause Loss of Cryptographic Keys (Machine GUID -
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 252325 - Running out of memory can cause the system to regenerate the cryptographic keys. These keys are associated with the computer's Globally Unique Identifiers (GUID - in the registry; the changed GUID becomes inaccessible to any other
servers, services, or programs.
Windows 2000 Datacenter Server Does Not Locate Memory Greater Than 16 GB
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 292934 - When you start Windows 2000 Datacenter Server, you may not observe any memory greater than 16 GB in size even though you have more memory in the
Windows NT Only Recognizes up to 64 MB RAM on Some Computers
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 117373 - Windows NT detects up to 4 gigabytes (GB) of RAM, but if you are using a computer with more than 64 megabytes (MB) of RAM, Windows NT may detect only up to 64 MB. This behavior is based on how the BIOS returns the amount of memory to Windows