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 RWNPG = Resource Wait NonPaGed dynamic memory RWNPG = Resource Wait NonPaGed dynamic memory
  
-A process will go into this state when it is unsuccessful in allocating non-paged dynamic memory. ​ This is typically a catastrophic problem and very likely will need to either a CPUSPINWAIT or CLUEXIT bugcheck. ​ If you see this state, you need to free up memory as soon as possible.+A process will go into this state when it is unsuccessful in allocating non-paged dynamic memory. ​ This is typically a catastrophic problem and very likely will lead to either a CPUSPINWAIT or CLUEXIT bugcheck. ​ If you see this state, you need to free up memory as soon as possible.
  
 You can contact 1-866-3-PARSEC or support@parsec.com to log a case to assist in freeing up or increasing that memory as appropriate. You can contact 1-866-3-PARSEC or support@parsec.com to log a case to assist in freeing up or increasing that memory as appropriate.
  
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