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README.TXT: Windows NT Version 3.1 U.S. Service Pack

PSS ID Number: 102544

Article Last Modified on 11/20/2003

The information in this article applies to:

  • Microsoft Windows NT Server 3.1
  • Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 3.1
  • Microsoft Windows NT Advanced Server 3.1

This article was previously published under Q102544


This article contains the complete text of the README.TXT file included with U.S. Service Pack 3 for Windows NT and Windows NT Advanced Server version 3.1. For information on obtaining U.S. Service Pack 3, query on the following word (without the spaces) in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:


Note that this article reflects the text of a static document. Therefore, some of the information in this article may be outdated. For example, as of May 20, 1996, Microsoft no longer maintains support forums on CompuServe.

         Microsoft Windows NT and Windows NT Advanced Server 3.1
                        U.S. Service Pack 3

1.0  Introduction
2.0  Installation Instructions for the Windows NT U.S. Service Pack 3
2.1  User Notes
2.2  List of Bugs Fixed in the Windows NT U.S. Service Pack 3

1.0  Introduction
This release of Microsoft Windows NT 3.1 U.S. Service Pack 3 contains all
the components that have been fixed since the retail release of Windows NT
3.1 and Windows NT Advanced Server 3.1.  The Service Pack is easy to apply
from within Windows NT and changes only those files that were originally
set up on the Windows NT or Windows NT Advanced Server system.  Service
Pack releases are cumulative:  they contain all previous fixes, as well as
any new fixes made to the system.

2.0  Installation Instructions for the Windows NT U.S. Service Pack
Installing the Service Pack from a floppy disk:
1. Insert Service Pack Disk 1 into the floppy drive.
2. At the Windows NT Command Prompt, change to that floppy drive (that is,
   A: or B:) and type UPDATE.
3. Follow the instructions given on the screen.

Installing the Service Pack from a CD-ROM:
1. Insert the Service Pack CD-ROM disk into the CD-ROM drive.
2. At the Windows NT Command Prompt, change to that CD-ROM drive, then
   change to the i386, MIPS, or ALPHA directory (depending upon whether
   you have an Intel, MIPS, or ALPHA AXP CPU), and type UPDATE.
3. Follow the instructions given on the screen.

Installing the Service Pack from a network drive:
1. At the Windows NT Command Prompt, type the command to connect to the
   network drive on which the Service Pack files reside.
2. Change to that network drive and type UPDATE.
3. Follow the instructions given on the screen.

2.1  User Notes

*** Installing Service Pack 3 on a Dual-Boot computer with the Windows NT
    3.5 (Daytona) Beta

If your computer is dual-booting Windows NT 3.1 and the Windows NT 3.5
(Daytona) Beta, you must perform the following steps before you install
Service Pack 3:

1. Copy the files NTLDR and NTDETECT.COM in your root drive to NTLDR.SAV

2. Install the Service Pack.


This will allow your machine to continue dual-booting both versions of
Windows NT.

*** Running the File System Update from the Windows NT 3.5 (Daytona) Beta

Once you have installed Service Pack 3, you should not install the file
system update for Windows NT 3.1 from the Windows NT 3.5 (Daytona) Beta.
Service Pack 3 contains all the fixes that are in the Windows NT 3.5
(Daytona) Beta file system update, as well as other fixes.

*** Issues with MS-DOS-based Communications Programs

If you experience difficulties with MS-DOS-based communications programs
after installing Service Pack 3, change the configuration of the program to
enable software flow control (XON/XOFF) instead of hardware flow control
(RTS/CTS).  Changing this parameter has been found to correct problems with
these applications in most cases.

*** Installing the Service Pack on a System with an OEM supplied HAL.DLL

If your Windows NT system uses a HAL.DLL supplied by an OEM (one that was
not installed from the Microsoft Windows NT 3.1 disk set) you need to
follow the steps below to reinstall the OEM HAL after the Service Pack
Update program has been run, but before the machine is rebooted.  If you do
not reinstall the OEM HAL properly, your system may not boot after
installing the Service Pack (because the OEM HAL will have been replaced by
a HAL from the Service Pack). If this happens, use your Emergency Repair
Disk to repair your system, then follow the steps below.

1. Before the Update program is run, copy the HAL.DLL file to HAL.OEM to
   save it.  On an x86 machine, HAL.DLL is located in the %windir%\system32
   directory.  On a MIPS or Alpha machine, the following command should
   locate it:

      DIR /S %windir%\..\hal.dll

2. After the Update program has been run, but before you have it reboot
   your system, start a Command Prompt window, and restore the HAL.DLL you
   saved in step (1).  On an x86 machine,

      CD %windir%\system32

3. Now switch back to the Update program and have it reboot your system.

*** Configuring the NWLink Transport

When configuring the NWLink transport using the Network option in Control
Panel, you must enter the Network Number as a hexadecimal value rather than
as a decimal value as stated in the Help file.

*** Converting Macintosh Filenames to Win32 Filenames

In general, the Windows NT (Win32) interface can view and use filenames
created by a Macintosh client.  There are two exceptions, where the
filename is an illegal Win32 filename:

   The Macintosh client creates a filename that ends with a period.

   The Macintosh client creates a filename that ends with a blank space.

In both of these cases, the Windows NT interface displays the filename
with a thick vertical bar (|) or question mark (?) character replacing
the final period or space.  Only the last character is replaced.
For example:

   Macintosh filename         Windows NT displays the filename as . . .
   ------------------         -----------------------------------------
   An important file.         An important file|
   Very important file ...    Very important file ..|
   One space at the end       One space at the end|
   Two spaces at the end      Two spaces at the end |

You can view and use the converted filenames in the Windows NT interface.
You cannot view and use them from the Command Prompt (CMD.EXE).  A Win16
application that converts long filenames to the 8.3 format can convert
these filenames to the 8.3 format.

For Macintosh filenames that already exist on the Services For Macintosh
server, before this updated functionality, the server will rename such
files the first time they are accessed.

The final character is mapped to an unused UNICODE character (0xF000+xx).
Windows NT does this same mapping for characters that are illegal in the
NTFS file system.

*** Updating Printer Drivers Installed for a Different Platform

The Service Pack only updates printer drivers for the platform you install
it on.  For example: If you update an Intel-based print server that you
have MIPS computers printing to, it needs to have the MIPS version of the
printer driver installed. The Service Pack only copies the Intel-based
printer driver to the print server. In this case, you need to copy over the
appropriate driver by hand.

The following procedure describes how to install the PostScript printer
driver by hand.

1.  Rename PSCRIPT.DLL and PSCRPTUI.DLL in the directory below to


    where <platform> is w32mips, w32alpha, or w32x86.

2.  For MIPS or ALPHA drivers, copy the PSCRIPT.DLL and PSCRPTUI.DLL files
    from the MIPS or ALPHA subdirectories on the CD-ROM to the subdirectory
    in Step 1 above. For Intel-based drivers, type

       expand -r PSCRIPT.DL_ <subdirectory from step 1>
       expand -r PSCRPTUI.DL_ <subdirectory from step 1>

    from the i386 subdirectory on the CD-ROM where <subdirectory> is the
    subdirectory from Step 1.

*** Emergency Repair Disk

If it is necessary to use the Windows NT Emergency Repair Disk to repair
your Windows NT system at some time after you apply the Service Pack, you
will need to re-apply the Service Pack after the repair is completed.  This
is because the Emergency Repair Disk repairs your system by restoring your
original Windows NT setup.  After the repair has completed, simply follow
the above Installation Instructions to re-apply the Service Pack.

*** Adding New Components to the System

If new software or hardware components are changed or added to your system
after you have applied the Service Pack, it will be necessary to re-apply
the Service Pack.  This is because the files taken from the original
Windows NT disk set may not be equivalent to the files on the Service Pack
disk set. It is not possible to install new components directly from the
Service Pack media (such as a new keyboard or printer driver).  New
components must be installed from the original product media.

*** Command Reference Colors

Some commands in the Command Reference (NTCMDS.HLP) list of commands are
not visible if your system colors are set to Window Text = white and Window
Background = black.  Change your Windows Background to a lighter color to
see all the commands in the list.

*** Previous Versions of NTBackup

Backup tapes created with the version of NTBackup shipping with this
Service Pack cannot be restored or read with versions of NTBackup shipped
prior to Service Pack 2.  However, tapes created with previous versions of
NTBackup  can be read and restored by the version of NTBackup in this
Service Pack. NTBackup now uses Unicode whenever it writes to tape, which
was not understood by previous versions of NTBackup.

*** Previous Versions of Services For Macintosh (SFM)

To correct a problem with file names ending in a space or period, a change
was made to the Services For Macintosh software which makes earlier
versions of this software unable to correctly read Macintosh file names on
the Windows NT Advanced Server system.  The new Services For Macintosh
software will alter the NTFS file name to allow Macintosh clients to
properly view them.  This means that once you update your Services For
Macintosh system files with this Service Pack, versions of the SFM software
prior to Service Pack 2 will not function properly if installed on the

*** Installing Symbol Files from the CD-ROM

To install the symbol files corresponding to the new binaries in Service
Pack 3, do the following (assuming your CD-ROM drive is D:, your symbol
files are located in the C:\WINNT\SYMBOLS directory, and you are installing
the files for an x86 machine):


This will copy the Service Pack 3 .DBG files over the existing versions of
these files.  The XCOPY command shown will copy only those .DBG files that
are already installed (/U switch), and only those with a more recent time-
date stamp (/D switch).

2.2 List of Bugs Fixed in Windows NT U.S. Service Pack 3

NOTE: Use the Qxxxxxx number that precedes the title of the bug fix to query the Microsoft Knowledge Base to find an article about that bug.

102117: Specified Home Directory May Default to USERS\DEFAULT
102819: Error Moving File If File Already Exists on Destination Drive
103010: Read-Only Files Don't Copy Correctly to Net One Server
103147: Err Msg: An Application Error Has Occurred... in SPOOLSS.EXE
103362: Publisher 2.0 May Cause an Exception in the Win16 Subsystem

103395: ALT+Double-Click Allows (Restricted) Program Item Creation
103445: Advanced Server Hang with Service for Macintosh
103473: SFM: MacFile Menu Not Displayed if NTAS Drive Letter Changes
103476: Windows NT Terminal May Disable a COM Port for all VDMs
103828: RAS Password Authentication Failed

103923: Files with Umlauts Cannot be Seen on Shared NTFS Partition
103931: Err Msg: An Application Error Has Occurred...(LMSRVCS.EXE)
103936: Err Msg: MSPUB Caused an Exception in the Win16 Subsystem
104164: File Manager Send Mail May Fail with Check Spelling Enabled
104181: Large File Copies May Fail After 4 Gigabytes in Windows NT

104184: Windows NT Terminal and Telnet May Cause an Access Violation
104198: SFM: Macintosh Locked Folders Are Not Completely Secure
104227: XCOPY from CD-ROM on DPT 2012b Controller Can Cause Hang
104549: Cannot Restore Backup After Upgrading to U.S. Service Pack 2
104665: Err Msg: InitializeMemory failed 00000010

104668: Backup Truncates Long Mac Filenames w/ Trailing Dots or Spaces
105158: Schedule Service Doesn't Run on Sundays
105249: Serial Printers May Print Garbage During Windows NT Startup
105266: SFM: Print Spooler Does Not Work in Embedded Print Jobs
105268: Pressing CTRL+C in PORTUAS Causes Password Problems

105328: Cannot Log On to Domain, Lowercase Extended Characters
105330: FORMAT Err Msg: Error Writing Partition Table
105332: Print Monitor Cannot Handle More Than 255 Zones
105486: Control Panel, Drivers: Cannot Browse Compressed Files
105487: WINMSD: Viewing File Details Generates Access Violation

105488: Backup Err Msg: Fatal Error on Drive 1
105489: Access Violation: Performance Monitor Playing Back Log Data
105491: Cannot Connect if Share Name is Longer than 17 Characters
105492: System Hot-keys Incorrectly Received by Application
105493: Memory Manager Doesn't Reset Event when Paging in Executable

105554: Changing NonPagedPool Value Causes Boot Problems
105555: TCP/IP Data Corruption Problem
105556: RAS: Bad Disconnection from Windows for Workgroups Computer
105568: Novell WorkPlace TCP/IP Client Stops Responding
105570: GDI.EXE (16-bit) Causes General Protection Fault

105577: Odd-byte 16-bit Data Transfers Cause Time-outs and NMIs
105578: PROTEON.SYS Causes Fatal System Error
105601: Terminal: ALT Key Dysfunctional
105602: Paintbrush Starts in Monochrome with Color Display
105620: Mail: Cannot Save Attachments with Extended Characters

105622: Unplugging DEC EtherWorks Turbo Ethernet Hangs Computer
105623: Some CPU Time is Calculated as Idle Time
105624: File Times on LAN Manager Server Set Wrong
105625: RASPHONE: Login Fails on Callback After Changing Password
105626: Can Read Redirected, Locked File

105627: Memory in Page Pool Not Deallocated Correctly
105629: NCR Video Driver Fails on Fast Computers
105630: Browser Monitor Causes Bugcheck
105636: Redundant Line of Code Causes Access Violation in LSASS.EXE
105637: Problems with NCR Miniport Driver and MS-DOS Applications

105720: PORTUAS: Character Mapping Problems
105722: GP Faults Running SQL Server 4.2
105723: MS-DOS Clients Report Zero Disk Space on Windows NT Server
105724: Sharing Violations from Windows for Workgroups Client
105725: FTP: Use of Wild Card Port Results in Denial of Service

105727: CD-ROM File System Generates Bugcheck Under Stress
105729: PortUAS: /log:<filename> Switch Added
105730: Err Msg: ...OEMNADNF is Missing the Referenced File
105734: Registry String That Ends at Page Boundary Causes Fault
105735: NDIS.SYS Causes MIPS Computers to Stop Responding

105736: Server Stops Responding while Processing LAN Manager API
105737: Classifying Illegal Datagram Causes Browser Access Violation
105738: Digiboard DIGIFEP5 Driver Doesn't Load
105739: NTFS Does Not Correctly Set Archive Bit
105742: Memory Manager Problem Causes System to Stop Responding

105786: SFM: Deleted User Accounts Not Aged Out of Cache
105787: Calling a Pageable Function While Holding Spinlock
105788: Two Network Adapters Do Not Work for TCP/IP
105798: Changing Subdirectory on Macintosh Volume Causes Bugcheck
105799: NDIS Indications Stop Responding when No Memory is Available

105800: Backup Program Loops Indefinitely
105801: WOW Sets Sound Pointer Incorrectly
105802: Printing from Macintosh to Advanced Server Causes Bugcheck
105805: WOW32 Access Violation
105832: 1280x1024 Video Mode Doesn't Work with Number 9 Boards

105851: Recursive Batch File Causes System to Stop Responding
106220: GP Fault After Choosing Copy
106434: System Clock Appears to Lose About One Second per Hour
106555: SFM: Critical Error After Applying U.S. Service Pack 1
106618: After DLC Installed, Exception Error in SPOOLSS.EXE

106735: Closing Word for Windows 6.0 Causes General Protection Fault
106737: ATI Video Driver Problems
106738: NetLogon: Primary Group Not Replicated Properly
106739: Visual C++ 1.0: Breakpoints Not Working with DPMI Calls
106740: Exception Error Printing from Word 6.0 to Windows NT Server

106742: External Monitor on Toshiba 4400sx Monochrome Doesn't Work
106743: After Converting FAT to NTFS SYSTEM32 Directory Corrupted
106744: Deleting Connection Closes Files on Open Share
107118: Multiple Calls of GetHostByName to DNS Causes Errors

107149: Cannot Restart After Converting FAT Partition to NTFS
107150: Service Pack Update Fails with Not Enough Free Disk Space
107154: Event Viewer Uses Too Much Memory After Some Time
107155: DLC: MP Computer STOP Message After SNA Stopped
107187: Data Download from CompuServe Stops with OzCIS

107234: One Processor Shows 100% Usage Constantly on NCR MP
107235: French MIPS: Illegal Instruction in WOWEXEC
107236: Unable to Run Word for Windows 6.0 on RISC-based Computers
107237: LAN Manager NET USE Generates MS-DOS Error 55
107238: Fault Tolerance Errors on Striped Set with Parity

107239: Portuguese Language: Accent Circumflex (^) Key Dysfunctional
107240: STOP Message After You Detach Token Ring Cable
107241: Backup Does Not Back Up Files Ending in Spaces or Periods
107242: Local Path Set to UNC Path in User Manager
107243: Setup: Some COMPAQ Qvision Video Adapters Are Not Detected

107246: Screg Access Violates Intermittently When Stopping Driver
107247: Spaces Not Removed From Short Filenames in NTFS Shares
107248: File Manager Hangs Opening Many New Network Drive Windows
107251: Disk Administrator Only Supports 50 Hard Disk Drives
107252: Share Not Recreated if SYSTEM Cannot Access Share

107253: ACLCONV Err Msg: ...PAGEFILE.SYS is corrupt. Run CHKDSK
107378: STOP Message: Exception Error in NTOSKRNL.EXE
107379: Disk Media Format Error During Setup
107447: File and Directory Display Problems in Borland Workshop

107448: Publisher 2.0a May GP Fault Due to Window Property Problem
107449: Cannot Start Application with Long Path (64+ Characters)
107452: ALT+F4+F6 in 16-bit MDI Applications Hangs Windows NT
107456: Must Restart Computer Running ACLCONV on Large Volume
107509: Word for Windows 6.0 Closing Header Toolbar Hangs Windows NT

107548: Update Incorrectly States That Setup Failed
107552: Problems Trying to Add Digiboard PC/16E Drivers
107554: Backup Hangs During Verification
107633: Exceed/NT Fonts Don't Load Over Network on SP2a
107663: Embedded Document Doesn't Load When Double-clicked

107666: SP2b NTDETECT Doesn't Recognize Submodel Bytes of IBM Thinkpad
108044: Intel EtherExpress 16 Adapter Fails Occasionally
108046: Slow Network Performance in Mail or Access
108048: Printing Graphics from DOS Client Prints Incorrectly
108056: Macintosh Finder Sometimes Does Not Display File

108057: Win32 Applications Don't Support Some Macintosh Filenames
108058: Not All Groups Are Listed in File Manager in User Browser
108070: Err Msg: Application Log Full When Overwrite As Needed is Set
108103: Service Pack 1 Resets Permissions on an NTFS Volume
108104: STOP Message: 0x0000001E in STREAMS.SYS

108240: Setup Fails with IBM Thinkpad Model 750
108255: Windows NT TCP/IP Server Freezes
108256: Event ID:2000 Errors in Event Log
108263: Err Msg: The Conversion Failed...Was Not Converted to NTFS
108264: Word 6.0 Find File Generates Application Error in NTVDM.EXE

108266: Event Viewer Won't Run If Application Registry Keys Removed
108465: Saving Changes to a File on an SFM Volume Fails
108486: Server Manager Reports Incorrect Number of Open Files
108646: Mandatory Profiles Cause Access Error Message When Logging On
108647: STOP Message: 0x00000051... REGISTRY_ERROR

108648: Macintosh Locks Up When Changing Zones with SP2
108920: Stopping System Error Messages From Appearing on Desktop
109098: STOP Message: 0x0000001E in NTOSKRNL.EXE
109586: PARALLEL.SYS Causes STOP Message
109850: DIR Command from Windows for Workgroups Returns Incomplete

110065: System Stops Responding When Printing from UNIX
110066: Print Server Slow Down and GP Fault in LMSVCS.EXE
110079: System Stops Responding When Copying Corrupt SFM Files
110089: Problems with ATI Adapters and DrvSaveScreenBits Stacks
110149: NTBACKUP: Fails to Detect Network Failure

110151: Boot Failure on Large Hard Disk Drives
110153: General Protection Fault in Lotus 1-2-3 for Windows
110154: Access Violation in Backup
110155: Photoshop Does Not Print Correctly to PostScript Printer
110156: PageMaker 5.0 Does Not Print to PostScript Printer

110158: Err Msg: ...Can Only be Updated When You Exit Paintbrush
110184: RAS Admin Doesn't See Changes to COM Port
110275: File Manager Hangs During Network Stress
110326: Long Directory Path, Access Violation in Backup
110345: Word 2.0: Blank Items in File List Boxes and Missing Letters

110347: Giving Dial-In Permissions to Users of a Trusted Domain
110426: SMC 661-666 Floppy Controller, Errors Reading Disks
110431: SFM: File Time and Date Stamp Change on Copy
110458: Setup Fails with 16 or 32 BIOS Drives
110481: Backup Doesn't Back Up Entire Hard Disk or Create Log File

110686: Access: Toolbar Disappears Instead of Docking
110689: Winlogon Does Not Release Thread Handles
110763: Postscript Error Printing to Macintosh from Windows NT
110942: Hang on Reboot Autocheck of Stripe Set with Parity
110946: SP2 Prohibits Administrator Access to Locked Workstations

111471: Access Violation in SPOOLSS.EXE
111995: STOP Message: 0xc000000D
112016: Print Jobs Incomplete or Corrupt with Serial Printing
112022: Mac Client Cannot Print After Service Pack 2 is Installed
112145: Err Msg: Performance Monitor: Illegal to Append Data From...

112201: Spooling More than 127 Jobs to Print Queue Causes Corruption
112455: Err Msg: STOP Message 0xC0000021A Starting Windows Application
112760: STOP Message 0xA when Lots of Data is Sent Over SNA Bridge
112810: STOP Message: 0x1E Trap Uploading File on Clark PCBoard BBS
112826: Server Manager Cannot Find DC with TCP/IP and ELNK3

112862: SFMATALK.SYS Could Cause STOP Message 0x0000000A
112871: SNMP Always Returns an Error Index of One
112872: Access Violation in SNMP When Processing Short OIDs
112873: SNMPTRAP Quits When Sending Information
113047: Incomplete NTBACKUP Directory Listing

113130: MS-DOS-Based Applications Print Jobs Incomplete
113192: STOP Message: 0x0000000A with ARROW.SYS Driver
113576: WinSocket App's Reject Connection Requests with Reset Frames
113709: NTBACKUP Doesn't Create Set Description from Command Line
113747: Err Msg: The Browser Has Received an Illegal Datagram...

113909: NTBACKUP Creates Additional Backup Set Description File
113941: Err Msg: "The Handle is Invalid" with Console Applications
114231: STOP 0x1E in SFMRV.SYS When Running Services for Macintosh
114232: User Attempt to Change Password Causes Error 2242
114244: Unable to Upgrade Service Pack 2 On Magneto Optical Drives

114637: Windows NT Hangs on Start Up When No Keyboard is Connected
114638: Only 60 Clients Can Simultaneously Access a TCP/IP Share
114684: SFM Err Msg: A Device Attached to the System is Not...
114685: STOP - The Parameter is Incorrect
114698: STOP Message: 0x0000000A IRQL2 in NBT.SYS

114703: DEL *.* Through Gateway Services for NetWare Leaves Files
114704: Cannot Print in Landscape Mode with Super Project
114705: Pressing ENTER in Pop-Up Menu Causes Erratic Behavior
114706: Olivetti LSX 5025/E Won't Boot with ARROW.SYS Driver
114707: Windows NT Does Not Allow %servername% in Profile Path

114734: NTBACKUP Fails When Backing Up and Restoring Over the Network
114735: Service Pack 2: COM2 Port Problem
114736: NTBACKUP Cannot Open Log File During Batch Mode
114737: SNMP Fails With More Than Four Trap Sources
114738: Streams Sometimes Sends Error Messages to Wrong Queue

114739: AppleTalk Print Jobs Stay in Queue and Don't Print
114740: Virtual Memory Runs Out When Running Event Log Batch File
114759: Dot Matrix Printer Controls Don't Function
114765: EVENTLOG.EXE Causes Memory Access Violation
114766: Profiles with %profileserver% in Path Do Not Load

114767: Reconnecting Through the Serial Port Hangs Pentium Computers
114768: Exception Violation in LMSVCS.EXE with TCP/IP
114769: DigiBoard Installation Fails to Write Registry Information
114770: Program Manager Disappears When Browsing a Corrupt Icon File
114784: IBM Exabyte 8200 Tape Drive Not Fully Supported

114805: Exabyte 4200 Tape Unit with Future Domain 1650: STOP Message
115281: Renaming Files Over Network Causes Out of Memory Error
115875: Problem with Scope ID on Alpha and MIPS Systems
117360: Browser Service Has Hung and Other TCP/IP Errors
117414: Communication Through FDDI to MAC Address Fails

117425: Err Msg: SCREG.EXE Application Error
117860: STOP Message May Appear When You Administer 3.5 Server
118476: Err Msg on File Server: XXXXXX Target Directory is Corrupt...
119644: Copying Files from Windows NT Using NBF Can Be Very Slow
120492: Periodic Polling Causes Problems with Removable Media

120520: Server Manager Disconnects Multiple Users
120770: STOP: 0x0000000A When CadexNet on LM Clients Stress NTAS SRV.SYS
120941: STOP 0x0000007B Inaccessible_Boot_Device IBM PS/2 Model 53

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