How to Stop Processes in Windows 7 from Responding Intermittently

This problem can be understood with an illustration. Let’s say a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 with a 64 bit version is started by you on a system which has Windows Server 2008 R2 to make the utilization of the large number of pages on it. Such type of activity may hinder you to continue with your work smoothly and would create disturbances or breaks in between. Apart from this, the service of SQL server might not work.

Root of the problem

The reason why this type of problem occurs is that when the binary executable program is linked or mapped to large pages, there is an internal function which does not set the correct data. It makes the data inappropriate.

Solution of the problem

In order to overcome this problem, proper steps need to be undertaken. Microsoft Corporation is the solution as it has got a hotfix support. This supported hotfix is available to solve the same problem as discussed in the above mentioned paragraph. The computers on which this problem occurs, hotfix can be applied on those. The testing in addition can be received by this hotfix. So it is suggested that if the computer is not very much influenced by this problem, so a user can wait for the other software update which has this hotfix.

Important points to be noted:

Some points must be remembered before moving ahead for the use of this hotfix support.

  • Apart from this problem of breaks in the process, if there are any other issues or some other type of help is needed, a separate service request has to be made by user and good thing is that the cost would not be charged extra for it. It would be the same for the other queries and issues which even hotfix cannot solve.
  • Hotfix can be applied only on those computers which runs Windows 7 or in Windows Server 2008 R2.
  • Once the computer is fixed with hotfix, the system must be restarted.
  • There need not be any amendments in the registry for using any hotfix in the given package.
  • The English (United States) language version of this hotfix will install the files. The timestamp of the file is also listed in the details0020below. In this table the time zone used for date and time is Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) time. This is just an example. The date and time that will be shown on your Personal Computer for these files will depend on your own local time along with the day light saving bias. Also, as a note the date and time of files may change when operations are performed by the users on the files.

X86-based versions of Windows 7

Name of the file – Ntdll.dll

Version of the file – 6.1.7600.20548

Size of the file – 1,286,128

Date – 15-Oct-2009

Time – 06:14

X64-based versions of Windows Server 2008 R2 and of Windows 7

Name of the file – Ntdll.dll

Version of the file – 6.1.7600.20548

Size of the file – 2,782,400

Date – 15-Oct-2009

Time – 05:10

IA-64-based versions of Windows Server 2008 R2

Name of the file – Ntdll.dll

Version of the file – 6.1.7600.20548

Size of the file – 1,736,792

Date – 15-Oct-2009

Time – 06:54

So finally with this hotfix support you can solve the issue of intermittent stops while enabling pages on for a process in Windows 7 or in Windows Server 2008 R2.

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