This error message occurs when the paged-pool memory resource is depleted. Several factors may deplete the supply of paged pool memory. Enabling pool tagging and taking poolsnaps at different time intervals may help you to understand which driver is consuming paged pool memory. See M312362 for details on performing these operations.
The following are some examples of causes for this error:
- M265096 - In this instance, the leak is caused by the Emulex Fiber SCSI controller driver (Elxsli2.sys).
- M317919 - An issue with the HP DeskJet 900-series printer drivers causes the client to open thousands of opened named pipes to the server, which overwhelms the Windows NT 4.0-based server and causes the server to hang and log event ID 2009s.
- M886670 - This problem occurs if many files are copied and deleted from a Linux client that is running the Samba program to a mounted file share on a Windows Server 2003-based computer. See the article for a hotfix.
See the links below for more details on this problem.
See M142719 for a situation when Windows reports "out of resources" error when memory is available.
Symbolic name: STATUS_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCES
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