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What Should I Do If the System Displays Error Code 0x112f When I Log In to a Windows ECS?

Updated at: Jun 18, 2020 GMT+08:00

Symptom

When I log in to a Windows ECS, the system displays error code 0x112f.

Figure 1 0x112f

Possible Causes

The ECS memory is insufficient.

Solution

  • Method 1 (recommended)

    Modify the ECS specifications to increase the vCPUs and memory size. For instructions about how to modify ECS specifications, see Modifying ECS vCPU and Memory Specifications.

  • Method 2

    Enable virtual memory on the ECS to obtain its idle memory.

    For instructions about how to enable virtual memory, see How Can I Enable Virtual Memory on a Windows ECS?

    This method will deteriorate the disk I/O performance. Therefore, use this method only when necessary.

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