Error Code 0x00000035

Error Code 0x00000035

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The “NO_MORE_IRP_STACK_LOCATIONS” (0x00000035) error indicates that there are too many Input/Output Request Packets (IRPs) stacked in the operating system. Each IRP requires space and uses resources, so if there are too many of them, it can overload the system.

This error usually arises due to a driver problem and suggests that one or more drivers are using an excessive number of I/O stack locations.

How to fix:

  1. Update your drivers: Outdated or incorrect drivers are often the cause of this error. Update all your drivers to their latest versions by going to the manufacturer’s website and downloading the updates.
  2. Disable recently installed hardware: If you’ve recently installed new hardware on your system, try disabling or uninstalling it to see if that resolves the error.
  3. Perform a clean boot: This will start your system with a minimal set of drivers and services. If the error doesn’t occur in clean boot, it means there’s a third-party software or service causing the error. You can then enable the services one by one to pinpoint the cause.
  4. Run System File Checker (SFC): The SFC tool scans for and restores corruptions in Windows system files. You can run it from the command prompt by typing “sfc /scannow”.
  5. Check for viruses and malware: A full system scan with your preferred antivirus software can help identify if malware or viruses are causing this issue.

Remember to back up your data before attempting these solutions. If the problem persists, consider seeking professional help.

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