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Ib error message is "stack overflow on line 77 what does this mean please Sue

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IE: stack overflow at line: 0 Today, I noticed the following issue (IE only, of course). Running a page that does some comet (via “XHR GET” for long-polling), I got the following warning: “stack overflow at line: 0′ and the application stopped working…
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The 77 error is caused by a fuser temperature sensor. The following steps can be used to possibly reset the Intellifax 4100 77 error.

1. Unplug machine then wait 15-20 minutes.
2. Hold down menu key. Plug in machine.
3. Release menu key at maintenance message.
4. press 91 then set button
5. press 99 then set button
6. Machine will warm up.
7. Press Reports key, then press 1. This will test if the machine can
print.
If these steps do not reset the error the thermal fuse would have to be replaced by a repair technician.

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I checked which programs were loading at start-up. Disabled java start-up and now everything works fine.

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Stack over flow at line 195


This comes directly from Microsoft web page.
"If you try to open multiple modal dialog boxes in either of the following programs, you may receive a stack overflow error message:
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 on a Microsoft Windows Server 2003-based computer
  • The Mshta.exe HTML program"
They say they have a hotfix so go to this page.

Jan 12, 2014 | Microsoft XP Computers & Internet

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"Stack overflow at line 0"


b> A stack is a section of memory where a program stores its variables, calculations, option states and program parameters. When started, a program is allocated some memory to use for the stack; a stack overflow happens when a program exceeds its allocation. The offending program may attempt to write into adjacent memory sections, causing conflicts with other programs. Stack overflows are common with Java, C++, Perl and other runtime environments, which assist in running programs. A stack overflow at line 0 indicates that the offending program tripped up from the start; however, stack overflows can occur on any line number.

Click "Start," "Control Panel, then "Internet Options." Click on the "Advanced" tab. Check "Disable Script Debugging (IE)" and "Disable Script Debugging (Other)" under the "Browsing" options. Uncheck "Display a notification about every script error." Check "Enable Automatic Crash recovery." Click "OK." Download and install a Java update from the Java website. http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp Download and install a Windows update. Hope this helps.

Dec 24, 2012 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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A message just "popped up"


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.

Jan 28, 2011 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Stack overflow at line 598


Stacks are reserved memory that programs use to process hardware events. A stack overflow occurs when there is not enough space in memory to run the hardware interrupt routines. To resolve these behaviors, you can modify the "STACKS=" line in the Config.sys file, eliminate terminate-and-stay-resident program (TSRs), and eliminate hardware conflicts.

When Windows delivers an error message that is related to an internal stack overflow, there is not enough space in memory either set aside or available to handle the calls that are made to the computer hardware. There are several things to consider when you troubleshoot this behavior:
  1. The Config.sys startup file may not be properly configured for the Windows installation. Use the following values: STACKS=64,512 ;(this is the maximum allowed)
    FILES=60
    BUFFERS=40 If you are using the dual-boot capabilities in Windows, the Config.sys and Autoexec.bat files may not contain the correct configuration to run Windows. When you are dual-booting between Windows 3.x and Windows, these files may not have been renamed back to Config.dos and Autoexec.dos.

    Examine the Config.sys file to determine if files such as Himem.sys or Emm386.exe are loaded from a folder other than the Windows folder. If so, boot Windows by using the Safe Mode Command Prompt Only option. Rename the Config.sys file to Config.dos and the Autoexec.bat file to Autoexec.dos, and then restart your computer.
  2. Some TSRs may be interfering with Windows. Disable any non-boot device drivers in the Config.sys and Autoexec.bat files. If you install from Windows 3.x and you receive a stack overflow error message, check the Win.ini and System.ini files for non-Windows-based programs or drivers that are loading.
  3. There may be an incompatible hardware configuration. Check the port and IRQ settings of the network adapter, sound card, and modem. Make sure that there are no COM2/COM4 or COM1/COM3 conflicts and that no devices are sharing IRQs. Disable or remove conflicting devices.
  4. The computer may need a BIOS upgrade. Check the BIOS version and contact the manufacturer of your computer for information about a BIOS upgrade.

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Dec 28, 2010 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Shows up stack overflow at line 46 when on the net


A stack overflow is a program error.  If you're not a programmer, the only thing you can do is replace whetever program is giving you the error....it's broken.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stack_overflow

Mar 09, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Stack overload at line 48


You hav run out of stack space. This means you have gone into too many levels of subroutines for example and have insufficient storage allocated for the return vectors and variables.

You will have to increase memory available for the stack, or have less levels of subroutines.

You may also hava a re-entrant subroutine that keeps calling itself until the return stack overflows.

Jan 02, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Why am I receiving this message?


Not a problem with printer, is more likely the computer, the print driver or the dicument you are trying to print, print a windows test page via printer icon to test, if this works ok it is the document, if it dont then it is either your operating system or driver, reinstall driver to elimate this being the most likly issue, to conform it is not the printer, unplug the usb from it and print a self test, I think it is online held down whilst powering up, but I'm not sure on that, anyway do a local copy or any print from printer operations panel and this will prove to you it is not a printer issue..

stack overflow means the program has encounted an error in the data it is trying to process.

Nov 12, 2009 | HP PSC 1315 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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How do i fix stack overflow on line 144


A stack overflowis caused by recursion. You have an area of reserved memory called the stack when you call a function which calls itself you have what is called recursion.

If the recursive loop never ends you will run out of memory and get a stack overflow error.

If it is code you have written then check your code for recursion and replace with a while loop <- you can only use while loops

If the code was written by someone else - such as a website then inform the webmaster@ whatever domain name they have and hope they fix the problem soon.

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Oct 08, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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