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SoftICE spplication screen not holding using Windows XP SP2

We installed softICE software and configured it to start manually.
WE then clicked on start menu and clicked on start softice menu item.
Then the screen flashes and then disappered.
We tried by pressing Cntrl-D.But the screen did not then also.
When we clicked on load symbol table we got a message that softICE is not currently loaded and is not currently running

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