MS SQL Server is a fast, powerful and reliable relational database management system used for storing any kind of data. But sometimes installation of this useful application gets corrupt and results in to following error message:
“Windows could not start the SQL Server ([myinstancename]) on Local Computer. For more information, review the System Event Log. If this is a non-Microsoft service, contact the service vendor, and refer to service-specific error code 10022.”
Many email users prefer using multiple email programs simultaneously. Like someone is using both Outlook Express and MS Outlook at a same time. Need for working on multiple email programs varies from person to person. Reason could be taking full advantage of various email clients altogether, so that work could be done more perfectly and deliberately.
Consider this: – Hard drive is badly corrupt and you need to restore the data out of it. Adding to the worst, even the backup is not there. Files and folders were not backed up earlier. Completely caught in a strenuous situation! Now what can be done?
SQL Server is the most reliable, fast and effective relational database management system specially designed for the enterprise environment. This application efficiently manages the enterprise data in the form of tables. Whenever you need to access the data stored in the SQL tables, you need to run queries for getting the desired information. But sometimes due to unexpected shutdown, application errors, hardware bugs and other similar faults, SQL server results into DBCC CHECKDB errors and thereby leading to inaccessibility of table data.
If there is some issue with the table, then the following error message can display:
Server: Msg 8942, Level 16, State 1
Table error: Object ID O_ID, index ID I_ID, page P_ID. Test (TEST) failed. Slot S_ID, offset 0xADDRESS overlaps with the prior row.
While using SQL Server for your storage needs, you may encounter one of the most common error:
Unmapped SQL error code 10038 – Attempt to initiate new SQL server operation with results pending”.
Problem in sending/receiving emails is a common issue for Outlook Express users. Most of the times, while using Outlook Express, following error message appears:
0x800CCC0B SERVER OR MAILDROP IS BUSY
The above mentioned error message appears if the mail server is busy or there is some internal problem with mail server.