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Stacks--Notes

Default settings

The default settings for the STACK command are as follows:

Computer
Stacks
IBM PC, IBM PC/XT, IBM PC-Portable
0,0
Other
9,128

Special cases for stack allocation

Upon receiving a hardware interrupt, Windows NT allocates one stack from the specified number of stacks. When you specify 0 for the n and s values, Windows NT allocates no stacks. If the values are 0, each running program must have enough stack space to accommodate the computer's hardware interrupt drivers. Many computers operate correctly, saving some memory for programs, with n and s values of 0. If, however, your computer becomes unstable when you set these values to 0, return to the default values.

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