I have a problem with SQL Server Express, and have no solution. Mybe you can help:
Description of the problem:
I'm a developer so the computer is my work.
I bought a DELL (Inspiron 6400 Core Due 2, 2.0Mhz, 2GB 667 RAM) notebook.
The laptop is crushing, and I'm getting blue screen with the above error message:
*** STOP: 0x0000008E (0xc0000005,0xbf8E270C,0A8E11868,0x00000000)
*** win32k.sys - Address BF8E270C base at BF800000, DateStamp 43446058...
It happen when opening tables using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express 9.00.2047.00. A few seconds after opening a table, it appears that the entire form refreshes and the table's grid lines will double for a split second. While my computer does not crash every time this happens, when my computer does crash, it does so
just when the grid lines double. This does not appear to happen on any table in particular and can happen on the very first table I open or,
arbitrarily, the tenth. This happens on databases that other computers can access with no problem.
DELL replaced the memory, the motherboard, the HD and finally the laptop itself, but without success.
I had to give back the laptop and get back the money, and
I bought a new TOSHIBA A100-786 (Core Due2 1.83 Mhz, 2GB 667 RAM) and surprise. The problem and the blue screens are the same!!!
So, You nobody can say it's hardware problem, because it's NOT.
I have new clean installation of XP Pro with SQL Server Express 2005.
Please help !!!