Error message on a VB.NET created program on SQL Server 2000

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SQL Server 2000
SQL Server errors
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VB.NET 2005
I have developed an order management system program for my company, and I have 20 years using it. However, on a single system, I get an error that is either ‘time out expired’ or ‘max pool size’. I used VB.NET 2005 on SQL Server 2000 to create and use this program. When I restart the system, the program does not give me an error. Why might I be getting this error?

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Without the full error message, and without looking at the system; I would guess that you are having memory pressure and SQL needs more RAM. You may need to buy and install more RAM in the system, or review your index strategy to ensure that the database if fully optimized to make the best use of the RAM that you have.

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