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The computer occasionally does not hibernate and you receive an “Insufficient System Resources Exist to Complete the API” error message in Windows XP with Service Pack 2, in Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005, or in Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005.
Apparently, the problem is caused by the fact that the Windows kernel power manager doesn’t manage to find a block of contiguous memory to hibernate. This happens occasionally on laptops with 2Gb of RAM. It can be quite annoying when you put your laptop to sleep, pop it in your haversack, then some time later find a discharged battery and a VERY HOT laptop bag , it’s nice that they solved the problem, HOWEVER, you can’t actually download the hotfix, but have to contact Product Support Services for it. I’m not sure if there’s a fee to be paid for it, so I just Googled the hotfix and found a copy elsewhere.
Here’s a copy if anyone wants it: Download here: http://www.u-g-h.com/content/binary/WindowsXP-KB909095-x86-ENU.exe
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
You probably have been hit by a virus that is attacking your Local Security Accounts Windows file and is using all your system resources. You may not be able to perform a system scan to fix this issue do to the lack of system resources. Now if you have another pc with a good and upto date antivirus application you can take the hard drive out of your computer and plug it into that other computer and scan it and remove the infection and while you have it in their go to the command prompt and repair the windows files by typing:
chkdsk E: /r
The E: is the drive letter of your infected drive you will know what this is when you go into my computer.
Also use a spyware program like Adaware that is up to date to scan the drive as well.
This all assumes you want to save the drive, Windows, and all your applications. Now if you don't care about those things then try a system restore to go back to a working point in your computers history.
Otherwise repair mode for windows will work also.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
1) Install CCleaner and run it.
2) Right Click on "My Computer", Select properties > Select Advanced > Click Settings under Performance > Select Advanced > Under virtual Memory Click on "Change", Select " System Managed Size" and Click on OK and exit. Reboot your System. It should be fine.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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