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cmcawoodcmcawood Member Posts: 2
I am running SQL Server 2000 with SP2 and Windows 2000 with SP3.
Spec is P4 1.8ghz with 512mb ram and 80gb disk space.

The server every now and again throws the following exception and reboots itself..

FRunCM: Process 1084 generated fatal exception c0000096 EXCEPTION_PRIV_INSTRUCTION.
SQL Server is terminating this process.

Any idea what the problem is... I reinstalled SQL again and the problem still persists.

Thanks

--Craig

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  • gigsvoogigsvoo Member Posts: 328
    : I am running SQL Server 2000 with SP2 and Windows 2000 with SP3.
    : Spec is P4 1.8ghz with 512mb ram and 80gb disk space.
    :
    : The server every now and again throws the following exception and reboots itself..
    :
    : FRunCM: Process 1084 generated fatal exception c0000096 EXCEPTION_PRIV_INSTRUCTION.
    : SQL Server is terminating this process.
    :
    : Any idea what the problem is... I reinstalled SQL again and the problem still persists.
    :
    : Thanks
    :
    : --Craig
    :


    This is not a SQL Server 2000 problem, either one of the following MS KB articles:

    Q317097 - http://search.support.microsoft.com/search/viewDoc.aspx?docID=KC.Q317097&url=kb;en-us;Q317097&dialogID=162327812&iterationID=1&sessionID=anonymous|46878996

    Q285858 - http://search.support.microsoft.com/search/viewDoc.aspx?docID=KC.Q285858&url=kb;en-us;Q285858&dialogID=162327812&iterationID=1&sessionID=anonymous|46878996

    take a look at these at MS KB site. The number 1084 is referring to the system process number as you can see under Window Task Manager -> Processes and it is a key to KB at MS website.




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  • cmcawoodcmcawood Member Posts: 2
    Hi Neo,

    Process 1084 IS Microsoft SQL Server :) Therefore SQL server is causing the error and falling over. I have reinstalled it a third time now and still gives this issue. I am starting to think either a) WIN2K Re-install or b) Hardware problem.

    I am hoping someone can say "MEMORY" or "CPU" or something to make it easier than having to diagnose an intermittent SQL collapse.

    Thanks for your suggestion.

    Regards

    --Craig
  • gigsvoogigsvoo Member Posts: 328
    : Hi Neo,
    :
    : Process 1084 IS Microsoft SQL Server :) Therefore SQL server is causing the error and falling over. I have reinstalled it a third time now and still gives this issue. I am starting to think either a) WIN2K Re-install or b) Hardware problem.
    :
    : I am hoping someone can say "MEMORY" or "CPU" or something to make it easier than having to diagnose an intermittent SQL collapse.
    :
    : Thanks for your suggestion.
    :
    : Regards
    :
    : --Craig
    :

    Well, if the process number is SQL Server, does the two articles I posted do reflects the failure of the process?

    Meanwhile does you ever have this error before installed SQL Server?

    If no, then there must be something wrong with the SQL setup file or the OS itself. Try to do a reinstall or some sort of repair.

    Otherwise worse of all, try to insert other working servers (with SQL server installed) into the server for testing purpose.

    Good luck!



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