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Event ID: 4188 Source: SysMgmt

The compaq System Management Driver has detected that the system encountered an NT bugcheck prior to this boot. The bugcheck data was: STOP: <stop code> (<paramter 1>, <paramter 2>, <paramter 3>, <paramter 4>).
- Stop 0x0000001E - See Error code 0x0000001E
- Stop 0x00000098 END_OF_NT_EVALUATION_PERIOD. Happens when you install a normal version of Windows NT, with the boot diskettes of an evaluation version (120 days). See ME173507 for the solution.
The first parameter is the memory address that was accessed at the IRQL (second parameter). The second parameter points to the IRQL, the third parameter indicates the operation that failed, and the forth parameter points you to the fourth parameters Address base, from which you can find out the device driver.

- Stop: 0x00000077 - See ME228753 to troubleshoot this problem.
- Stop: 0x0000000A - See ME130802 for general information on this stop.
- Stop: 0x0A - See ME165863.

Also, check Event ID 1000 from source Save Dump for more details.
For Stop 0x0000007F. See ME137539. For Stop 0x00000050. See ME271955.
This event can occur if there is not enough free disk space on the system partition. Once the space problem was resolved the error disappeared.

We found it reported on compaq. The problem happens when you upgrade Windows NT 4.0 with the Security Update Roll-up form July 2001. You need previously to patch the server with a SoftPack (sp12294) and then put the Security Update.
Something similar happens in relation with SP6, where you need a SoftPack too.

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