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Out of stack space means something is continuously loading the data onto the stack and when the stack gets full the it has no more space and throws the exception. Run-time error '28' is the error code for Stack overflow. There may be many reasons behind this, it depends on your coding. You should see this article my Microsoft to get hands on the issue. I hope you will have a clearer picture after reading that, If you have any Confusion, questions or issues regarding your problem do tell me. Thank you for using FixYa!, Keep visiting.. If you think I was of help, your token of appreciation in the form of rating and a testimonial will be esteemed. Concerned, Nooh: FixYa Team.
This error indicates that the sensor that detects when too much paper is stacked in the output bin to allow more paper to exit. This flag sometimes sticks and a quick check is to make sure that nothing has become jammed where the paper exits the printer. Most common cause is the flag getting jammed because someone has remove the paper the wrong way. I have never seen the actual sensor fail.
There are many reasons a calculator will report an error.
Simple calculators usually only report errors for math operations that are not possible such as dividing by zero or if you hit equals when there is no number between a math symbol ( 3 ++ 4 = ERROR)
For more complicated calculators like the TI-89 an error can come up due to such mathematical errors and there is a lot of room for error with more complicated equations. Also there are programs in the calculator that if not done correctly will crash and cause an error.
The instruction booklet should have a list of common errors and how to avoid them. Look at the table of contents or the index to find such a list.
It has to do with memory. When you make requests of your computer programs it puts those requests in a stack (or pile) and then works on them in a predefined order. There's a certain amount of memory reserved for the stack and when you exceed it you get a stack overflow error. These errors usually either kill the request or result in a program crash.
Description: Finisher stack feed-out motor error Symptom: The stack feed-out belt HP sensor does not activate within a certain time after the stack feed-out motor turned on. Possible Cause: Stack feed-out HP sensor defective Stack feed-out motor overload Stack feed-out motor defective