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Old 02-26-2007, 07:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I use a laptop between work, home, and school. I bring the laptop with me just about anywhere I go. I've been noticing lately that when i close the laptop (putting it into hibernate mode), minutes later the laptop will wake itself up (even when it's closed) and give me this error:

Insufficient system resources exist to complete the API

Now the reason this is ****ing me off is because if I don't use my laptop for a while, and i leave it in my case, it will get extremely hot and run the battery down. I know this is not good at all for the hardware.

What is this error and why is it coming up? How can it be fixed? Thank you in advance
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If you have not already, try reading and installing the update here..

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/909095
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awesome thanks so much! I'm installing it now.
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