Error 0x8007000E - Not enough storage is available to complete this operation 
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 Error 0x8007000E - Not enough storage is available to complete this operation

There is a tool called ComCheck (Component Checker) that is available at www.microsoft.com/data that will look at am MDAC install, but it only
covers about 40 of the files (Not all of them) so it might or might  not show  be a good indicator. IF you had a virus scanner running on this
machine (NAV or Fprot are two I have seen that usually interfere) then by all means boot to safe mode and reinstall (If you are on WInNT
Remove them then install MDAC then reinstall the virus scanner)

Scot Rose, MCSD
Microsoft Visual Basic Developer Support

Want to know more? Check out the MSDN at msdn.microsoft.com or the Microsoft Knowledge Base at support.microsoft.com

This posting is provided AS IS, with no warranties, and confers no rights.

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>Thanks for the tips Scot.

>I checked the machine and there is enough space on the disks - over 7 GB on
>both the C: and the D: drive. Besides trying to reinstall MDAC, is there any
>way to confirm that the install is bad? Its a production server and I will
>if that's what I have to but would like to explore other options if there
>are any?

>Thanks,
>Sanjay.



>> How much HD Space is available on the drive where your swap file is
>located? On the rest of the machine where the Application is running.

>> Also, since you have the msado25.tlb file that indicaates you have MDAC
>2.6 or higher installed (The highest TLB file on 2.5 would have been
>> msado21.tlb) Also are you sure MDAC was installed correctly? I am going to
>sound like a broken record here but SOME versions of virus
>> scanning software do not allow MDAC to install properly (One of the more
>popular ones) and IF you are running Virus scanning software and IF
>> it was running when you installed MDAC you may have a hosed MDAC
>installation. If that was the case, reinstall MDAC wile booted into Safe
>> Mode (f8 on startup) to see if MDAC gets installed properly.

>> Scot Rose, MCSD
>> Microsoft Visual Basic Developer Support

>> Want to know more? Check out the MSDN at msdn.microsoft.com or the
>Microsoft Knowledge Base at support.microsoft.com

>> This posting is provided "AS IS", with no warranties, and confers no
>rights.

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>> >Subject: Error 0x8007000E - Not enough storage is available to complete
>this operation
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>> >Hello,

>> >We have some VBScript code accessing SQL 7.0 DB through ADO on an ASP
>page.
>> >When we call the getRows function on a recordSet we get the following
>error

>> >Error Type:
>> >Provider (0x8007000E)
>> >Not enough storage is available to complete this operation

>> >The recordset has about 850 rows. The web server has about 1 GB RAM still
>> >left (seen from Task Manager), is running on Win2K and has msado25.tlb
>and
>> >msado15.dll and other lower dll versions and tlb's. I am not sure how the
>> >system decides what version of the dll/tlb to pick when we create an ADO
>> >object without any version specification - perhaps some registry entry
>that
>> >decides that.

>> >The same code when run from another web server (pointing to the same
>> >database) with almost identical configuration runs fine.

>> >I am not sure what could be causing the problem and am looking for any
>> >pointers that any of you can provide that could help get to the bottom of
>> >it. A search on Microsoft's site didn't provide me with any relevant
>> >information.

>> >Thanks,
>> >Sanjay.



Fri, 28 Jan 2005 17:43:45 GMT
 Error 0x8007000E - Not enough storage is available to complete this operation

Thanks Scot  - I will try that.

Sanjay.


Quote:
> There is a tool called ComCheck (Component Checker) that is available at

www.microsoft.com/data that will look at am MDAC install, but it only
Quote:
> covers about 40 of the files (Not all of them) so it might or might  not

show  be a good indicator. IF you had a virus scanner running on this
Quote:
> machine (NAV or Fprot are two I have seen that usually interfere) then by

all means boot to safe mode and reinstall (If you are on WInNT
Quote:
> Remove them then install MDAC then reinstall the virus scanner)

> Scot Rose, MCSD
> Microsoft Visual Basic Developer Support

> Want to know more? Check out the MSDN at msdn.microsoft.com or the

Microsoft Knowledge Base at support.microsoft.com
Quote:

> This posting is provided "AS IS", with no warranties, and confers no
rights.

> --------------------




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> >Subject: Re: Error 0x8007000E - Not enough storage is available to

complete this operation
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> >Thanks for the tips Scot.

> >I checked the machine and there is enough space on the disks - over 7 GB
on
> >both the C: and the D: drive. Besides trying to reinstall MDAC, is there
any
> >way to confirm that the install is bad? Its a production server and I
will
> >if that's what I have to but would like to explore other options if there
> >are any?

> >Thanks,
> >Sanjay.



> >> How much HD Space is available on the drive where your swap file is
> >located? On the rest of the machine where the Application is running.

> >> Also, since you have the msado25.tlb file that indicaates you have MDAC
> >2.6 or higher installed (The highest TLB file on 2.5 would have been
> >> msado21.tlb) Also are you sure MDAC was installed correctly? I am going
to
> >sound like a broken record here but SOME versions of virus
> >> scanning software do not allow MDAC to install properly (One of the
more
> >popular ones) and IF you are running Virus scanning software and IF
> >> it was running when you installed MDAC you may have a hosed MDAC
> >installation. If that was the case, reinstall MDAC wile booted into Safe
> >> Mode (f8 on startup) to see if MDAC gets installed properly.

> >> Scot Rose, MCSD
> >> Microsoft Visual Basic Developer Support

> >> Want to know more? Check out the MSDN at msdn.microsoft.com or the
> >Microsoft Knowledge Base at support.microsoft.com

> >> This posting is provided "AS IS", with no warranties, and confers no
> >rights.

> >> --------------------

> >> >Subject: Error 0x8007000E - Not enough storage is available to
complete
> >this operation
> >> >Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2002 14:09:35 -0700
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> >> >X-Priority: 3
> >> >X-MSMail-Priority: Normal
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> >> >Path: cpmsftngxa08!cpmsftngxa06!tkmsftngxs01!tkmsftngp01!tkmsftngp11
> >> >Xref: cpmsftngxa08 microsoft.public.vb.database.ado:73057
> >> >X-Tomcat-NG: microsoft.public.vb.database.ado

> >> >Hello,

> >> >We have some VBScript code accessing SQL 7.0 DB through ADO on an ASP
> >page.
> >> >When we call the getRows function on a recordSet we get the following
> >error

> >> >Error Type:
> >> >Provider (0x8007000E)
> >> >Not enough storage is available to complete this operation

> >> >The recordset has about 850 rows. The web server has about 1 GB RAM
still
> >> >left (seen from Task Manager), is running on Win2K and has msado25.tlb
> >and
> >> >msado15.dll and other lower dll versions and tlb's. I am not sure how
the
> >> >system decides what version of the dll/tlb to pick when we create an
ADO
> >> >object without any version specification - perhaps some registry entry
> >that
> >> >decides that.

> >> >The same code when run from another web server (pointing to the same
> >> >database) with almost identical configuration runs fine.

> >> >I am not sure what could be causing the problem and am looking for any
> >> >pointers that any of you can provide that could help get to the bottom
of
> >> >it. A search on Microsoft's site didn't provide me with any relevant
> >> >information.

> >> >Thanks,
> >> >Sanjay.



Sat, 29 Jan 2005 09:35:55 GMT
 Error 0x8007000E - Not enough storage is available to complete this operation
I ran the ComCheck Tool and I got identical errors on the two systems - one
from where it is working fine and the other from where I am getting the "out
of memory" error. The version found 2.60.6526.3. The errors reported are -

Item Name,Item Type,ErrorString,Status
msdaps.dll,COM,Key not found =
'HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{0997A571-126E-11D0-9F8A-00A0C9A0631E}\InProcServer
32,Error
msadrh15.dll,COM,Key not found =
'HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{9381d8f1-0288-11d0-9501-00aa00b911a5}\InProcServer
32,Error

I am not sure if this means that the install is bad because one of the
machines seems to be working fine.

At this stage I less sure if the reinstall will fix the problem. Appreciate
any other thoughts/suggestions you may have on this.

Thanks,
Sanjay.


Quote:
> There is a tool called ComCheck (Component Checker) that is available at

www.microsoft.com/data that will look at am MDAC install, but it only
Quote:
> covers about 40 of the files (Not all of them) so it might or might  not

show  be a good indicator. IF you had a virus scanner running on this
Quote:
> machine (NAV or Fprot are two I have seen that usually interfere) then by

all means boot to safe mode and reinstall (If you are on WInNT
Quote:
> Remove them then install MDAC then reinstall the virus scanner)

> Scot Rose, MCSD
> Microsoft Visual Basic Developer Support

> Want to know more? Check out the MSDN at msdn.microsoft.com or the

Microsoft Knowledge Base at support.microsoft.com
Quote:

> This posting is provided "AS IS", with no warranties, and confers no
rights.

> --------------------




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> >Subject: Re: Error 0x8007000E - Not enough storage is available to

complete this operation
Quote:
> >Date: Fri, 9 Aug 2002 15:25:14 -0700
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> >Thanks for the tips Scot.

> >I checked the machine and there is enough space on the disks - over 7 GB
on
> >both the C: and the D: drive. Besides trying to reinstall MDAC, is there
any
> >way to confirm that the install is bad? Its a production server and I
will
> >if that's what I have to but would like to explore other options if there
> >are any?

> >Thanks,
> >Sanjay.



> >> How much HD Space is available on the drive where your swap file is
> >located? On the rest of the machine where the Application is running.

> >> Also, since you have the msado25.tlb file that indicaates you have MDAC
> >2.6 or higher installed (The highest TLB file on 2.5 would have been
> >> msado21.tlb) Also are you sure MDAC was installed correctly? I am going
to
> >sound like a broken record here but SOME versions of virus
> >> scanning software do not allow MDAC to install properly (One of the
more
> >popular ones) and IF you are running Virus scanning software and IF
> >> it was running when you installed MDAC you may have a hosed MDAC
> >installation. If that was the case, reinstall MDAC wile booted into Safe
> >> Mode (f8 on startup) to see if MDAC gets installed properly.

> >> Scot Rose, MCSD
> >> Microsoft Visual Basic Developer Support

> >> Want to know more? Check out the MSDN at msdn.microsoft.com or the
> >Microsoft Knowledge Base at support.microsoft.com

> >> This posting is provided "AS IS", with no warranties, and confers no
> >rights.

> >> --------------------

> >> >Subject: Error 0x8007000E - Not enough storage is available to
complete
> >this operation
> >> >Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2002 14:09:35 -0700
> >> >Lines: 28
> >> >X-Priority: 3
> >> >X-MSMail-Priority: Normal
> >> >X-Newsreader: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4522.1200
> >> >X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V5.50.4522.1200

> >> >Newsgroups: microsoft.public.vb.database.ado
> >> >NNTP-Posting-Host: 67.112.196.4
> >> >Path: cpmsftngxa08!cpmsftngxa06!tkmsftngxs01!tkmsftngp01!tkmsftngp11
> >> >Xref: cpmsftngxa08 microsoft.public.vb.database.ado:73057
> >> >X-Tomcat-NG: microsoft.public.vb.database.ado

> >> >Hello,

> >> >We have some VBScript code accessing SQL 7.0 DB through ADO on an ASP
> >page.
> >> >When we call the getRows function on a recordSet we get the following
> >error

> >> >Error Type:
> >> >Provider (0x8007000E)
> >> >Not enough storage is available to complete this operation

> >> >The recordset has about 850 rows. The web server has about 1 GB RAM
still
> >> >left (seen from Task Manager), is running on Win2K and has msado25.tlb
> >and
> >> >msado15.dll and other lower dll versions and tlb's. I am not sure how
the
> >> >system decides what version of the dll/tlb to pick when we create an
ADO
> >> >object without any version specification - perhaps some registry entry
> >that
> >> >decides that.

> >> >The same code when run from another web server (pointing to the same
> >> >database) with almost identical configuration runs fine.

> >> >I am not sure what could be causing the problem and am looking for any
> >> >pointers that any of you can provide that could help get to the bottom
of
> >> >it. A search on Microsoft's site didn't provide me with any relevant
> >> >information.

> >> >Thanks,
> >> >Sanjay.



Sat, 29 Jan 2005 09:52:53 GMT
 
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