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The requested resource is in use - Part III

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#1
Sorry, one more bit of information. When using Diagnostic Startup, which
doesn't load any startup items or services, the error is there. This is the
list from Task Manager:
Processes: csrss.exe, explorer.exe, ONENOTEM.EXE, taskmgr.exe, upeksvr.exe,
winlogin.exe.
Services: slsvc, RpcSs, Profsvc, gpsvc, DcomLaunch, AppInfo

Now if I boot with Safe Boot - Minimal, the problem is not there, and these
are the lists from Task Manager:
Processes: csrss.exe, explorer.exe, taskmgr.exe, winlogin.exe.
Services: RpcSs, Profsvc, DcomLaunch

So, does that mean there is a problem with these:
Processes: ONENOTM.EXE, upeksvr.exe
Services: slsvc, gpsvc, AppInfo

And if so what do I do to isolate that?

Thanks,
Mark
 

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M

Mark L. Ferguson

#2
Probably not. It is far more likely one of your devices is using a driver
that has some bug with Vista. The Video card driver being suspect # 1. To be
sure it's not a suspect task, why not just kill the tasks one at a time?

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"Mark" <Mark@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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> Sorry, one more bit of information. When using Diagnostic Startup, which
> doesn't load any startup items or services, the error is there. This is
> the
> list from Task Manager:
> Processes: csrss.exe, explorer.exe, ONENOTEM.EXE, taskmgr.exe,
> upeksvr.exe,
> winlogin.exe.
> Services: slsvc, RpcSs, Profsvc, gpsvc, DcomLaunch, AppInfo
>
> Now if I boot with Safe Boot - Minimal, the problem is not there, and
> these
> are the lists from Task Manager:
> Processes: csrss.exe, explorer.exe, taskmgr.exe, winlogin.exe.
> Services: RpcSs, Profsvc, DcomLaunch
>
> So, does that mean there is a problem with these:
> Processes: ONENOTM.EXE, upeksvr.exe
> Services: slsvc, gpsvc, AppInfo
>
> And if so what do I do to isolate that?
>
> Thanks,
> Mark
 

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