error: sqlservr.exe has stopped working

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Saraf parang, Sep 30, 2007.

  1. Saraf parang

    Saraf parang Guest

    Hello,

    I am facing problem with the database addition to the app_data folder
    in the visual studio 2005.
    I am using visual studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 express edition on
    windows vista home edition.

    The same problem arises whenever I am trying to add profie objects to
    my web page.

    I have tried everything from my side in order to remove this problem
    but all in vain.
    Please help me with the solution to this problem or give me a link to
    search for.

    Thanks and Regards
    Parang Saraf
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    Saraf parang, Sep 30, 2007
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  2. Hi Parang,

    Just so you know: this is a user-to-user peer support newsgroup. It's very
    unlikely anyone will email you with answers.

    I'm not really clear from your post what exact error message you are
    getting, or what you are doing to make the error happen. Also, when you say
    you've "tried everything", what have you already tried? If we don't know
    what you already tried, we might end up suggesting the same old stuff, over
    and over :)

    Anyway ... first thing to check is that you have all the necessary updates
    to run Visual Studio and SQL Server reliably, on Vista:

    Visual Studio Express SP1
    http://download.microsoft.com/downl...75-85cc6ae34bf1/vs80sp1-kb926751-x86-intl.exe

    Visual Studio 2005 SP1 Update for Windows Vista
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=90e2942d-3ad1-4873-a2ee-4acc0aace5b6

    SQL Server Express Edition Service Pack 2
    http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-au/express/bb410792.aspx

    You absolutely must have the VS2005 Update for Vista, to run reliably.

    You can get precise details about the error by going to Control Panel, and
    looking at System and Maintenance, Problem Reports and Solutions. Click on
    the "check for new solutions" link. This will send the error reports to
    Microsoft, and check if there is an existing solution such as a hotfix. To
    get technical details about the problem, click on View Problem History, and
    double-click on any of the problem records. This will show some detailed
    information about the crash. Some of these details are a bit inscrutable.
    But if you're lucky there will be an exception code, such as 0xC0000005.
    These are standard Windows error messages, defined in Winerror.h. This file
    is included in the "inc" subdirectory of Visual Studio, if you have the C++
    version.

    If you try all that and have no solution, you can try asking in an SQL
    Server Express newsgroup, such as:
    http://forums.microsoft.com/msdn/showforum.aspx?forumid=385&siteid=1
    Even if the underlying cause is a Vista problem not an SQL Server problem,
    the folks over there are much more likely to know about the issue. Most
    folks here in microsoft.public.windows.vista.general are just end-users, not
    developers.

    Good luck with it,
     
    Andrew McLaren, Oct 1, 2007
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