Error Message: Engine Caused a Stack Fault in Module Kernel32.dll

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Symptoms

When you start up Microsoft Windows, you may receive the following error message:
Engine caused a stack fault in module kernel32.dll.

Cause

This behavior may occur because your computer's startup program can also start up a backup monitoring program from your Onstream digital tape backup system.

Resolution

To resolve this behavior, remove the Onstream backup monitoring program from your computer's Startup folder.

You may also need to download the latest firmware and software revisions from Onstream's Web site, located at:
http://www.onstream.com
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Article ID: 258865 - Last Review: October 26, 2013 - Revision: 2.0
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