Access Violation when install SQL 2000 with Windows 2000 And Oracle 8.1.6

Access Violation when install SQL 2000 with Windows 2000 And Oracle 8.1.6

Post by Jose Antonio Pined » Thu, 23 Aug 2001 19:56:28



HI,
    I have installed Windows 2000 SP1 Server with Oracle
Enterprise 81.6 and SQL 2000 Enterprise Edition. After I
installed SQL, when I try to login to SQL, SQL give an
acess violation:

08/21/01 17:59:06 spid 6 Exception 0xc0000096
EXCEPTION_PRIV_INSTRUCTION at 0x29ECC1C0
08/21/01 17:59:12 spid 5 Exception 0xc0000005
EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION at 0x2AC9F95D
08/21/01 17:59:37 spid 51 Exception 0xc0000096
EXCEPTION_PRIV_INSTRUCTION at 0x00575108
08/21/01 18:00:02 spid 6 Exception 0xc0000005
EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION at 0x2A90F95D
08/21/01 18:04:12 spid 12 Exception 0xc0000005
EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION at 0x2BE1F95D
08/22/01 10:38:58 spid 51 Exception 0xc0000096
EXCEPTION_PRIV_INSTRUCTION at 0x00575108
08/22/01 11:31:44 spid 51 Exception 0xc0000096
EXCEPTION_PRIV_INSTRUCTION at 0x00575108
08/22/01 11:31:58 spid 51 Exception 0xc0000096
EXCEPTION_PRIV_INSTRUCTION at 0x00575108

I am having a lot of problems with Oracle and Microsoft
software. Before this configuration, I had Windows NT 4.0
SP6a with SQL 2000 and if I installed Oracle 8.1.6, its
front-end application did not run. Also, When I had
installed Windows 2000 Sp1 and Oracle, I try to install
OFFICE 2000 and the office applications does not start.

Does someone know if exist some problems between these
products?

Thanks.

 
 
 

Access Violation when install SQL 2000 with Windows 2000 And Oracle 8.1.6

Post by Ananth Padmanabh » Mon, 27 Aug 2001 01:55:21


Does the SQL Server startup fine ?
After the start, check the errorlog to maek sure you have a clean startup,
before making any conenction.

EXCEPTION_PRIV_INSTRUCTION would indicate that the spid mentioned in the
message, tried to execute an instruction whose
operation is not allowed in the current machine mode.

** Are there any startup stored procedures? Try to disable them.
** Try to make a local conenction to SQL, from the server machine. Can also
try osql.exe from the command prompt.

Hope this helps,

Ananth Padmanabham
Microsoft SQL Server Support

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