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Periodic error message says "Insufficient system resources exist to complete the API

Bootup error some times about overclocking error. Reseting from auto to XMP helps but problem recurs and resetting to auto then works.

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Hi davebuechler,
there is a fix for this through windows update service. Check these other links first.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/909095

http://translocator.ws/2005/11/06/hibernation-insufficient-system-resources

Hope this helps!
Good luck davebuechler!
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