*Not* NTSTATUS codes
This page is a spin-off from the ntstatus page. The following are return/error codes that look as if they are ntstatus codes, but aren't actually documented in ntstatus.h.
c0060024 - Seen on Event ID 36 from Serial on Win2k3 - While validating that \Device\Serial0 was really a serial port, the contents of the divisor latch register was identical to the interrupt enable and the the receive registers. The device is assumed not to be a serial port and will be deleted.
c0060008 - Seen on Event ID 8 from VolSnap on Win2k3 - The flush and hold writes operation on volume C: timed out while waiting for a release writes command.
c80003FA - Is defined as a 'temporary connection-related error' for Windows Update - hrReadVerifyFailure. See KB836941.
c800042D - Is defined as a 'temporary connection-related error' for Windows Update - HrVersionStoreOutOfMemory. See KB836941.
c900002a - Does not seem to be documented anywhere. It appears in Event ID 11, alongside c004000b.
c00402d6 - Appears in event ID 4000 from smtpsvc - Message delivery to the remote domain 'example.com' failed for the following reason: Destination server does not exist.
c00402d3 - Seen in event ID 4006 from SMTPSVC - Message delivery to the host x.x.x.x failed while delivering to the remote domain 'example.com' for the following reason: The connection was dropped by the remote host.
c1041737 - Exchange-speak for The name of one of the database files in this store is invalid.
c1041724 - another Exchange error, meaning - "An internal processing error has occurred. Try restarting the Exchange System Manager or the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service, or both."
c1041722 - "The Microsoft Exchange Information Store service could not find the specified object."
c0003a9a - Seen in event ID 15002 from HTTP, logged when IIS can't write log files because the disk is full.
c0060019 - Seen in event ID 25 from VolSnap when a shadow copy of a volume is deleted because the total amount of shadow copy storage couldn't be grown quickly enough.
c0070011 - Seen in event ID 17 from WLBS when two nodes in the load balancing cluster have the same priority.
c0060005 - Seen in event ID 5 from VolSnap when there is too little non-paged pool memory to creata snapshot.