You might have a bad memory module. a program like <a href=”http://hcidesign.com/memtest/”>this</a> might help you locater it. You could also try <a href=”http://oca.microsoft.com/en/windiag.asp”>this one</a> from Microsoft.
You may also have a corrupt DLL. Try reinstalling the SQL Server Enterprise Manager on the remote machine.
Try using Memtest86 (memtest86.com). It’s a free memory test utility. What makes this utility nice is that it runs from outside of the operating system, so it can test memory that would normally be in use by Windows. I have used it to find problems that other diagnostic utilities missed. Although Memtest looks like a commercial utiliity at first glance, it’s actually a freebie. You only have to pay if you want to order it on CD.