Random BSoDs???


G

Guest

Ok now I don't know much about the problem but I'll tell you what I do know
so far.

I'm trying to serivce a W2K SP4 server running Terminal Services that seems
to like to BSoD 1-5 times a day(roughly). I've looked through everything I
can find and so far nothing seems to be linked to the cause of the
occurences. At this point I'm begining to think that it may be the mother
board.

The system is a Compaq Proliant ML350 G3, I recently increased the RAM from
1 512 stick to 2 1 Gb sticks thinking maybe the ram was bad but it didn't
solve the problem. I've checked the GPO's, Event Logs, Performance alerts and
many other things and still can't find a single trace of the problem.

I can also tell you the problem started a liitle over a month ago. I'm still
trying to get details regarding any changes that may have been made at that
time. While it may not make a difference I can also tell you that yesterday
it Blue Screen'd at approximaately 7:53 AM, 8:00 AM, 9:02 AM and 11:10 PM.
When I saw the first few I thought it may have been workload related but
according to everyone I've talked to no one was trying to connect at that
time.

As for the error itself, this is all I could get out of the system:
Blue Screen Trap (BugCheck, STOP: 0x0000001E (0xC0000005, 0x804DDD02,
0x00000000, 0x108908C8))
^[Pulled from the HP System Management "Homepage"]^

Since this server is a pretty big part of this company I'm devoting a lot of
time to the problem, also there's a SLIM chance over heating is an issue
though I don't know how that would corrolate to the Blue Screen.
 
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J

John

Winter Beast said:
Ok now I don't know much about the problem but I'll tell you what I do
know
so far.

As for the error itself, this is all I could get out of the system:
Blue Screen Trap (BugCheck, STOP: 0x0000001E (0xC0000005, 0x804DDD02,
0x00000000, 0x108908C8))
^[Pulled from the HP System Management "Homepage"]^

Take a look at this:

http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=kb;en-us;195857

You probably have a process that is opening handles and not closing them.

Look at the performance tab of Task Manager to see if the handles count is
stable or incrementing up to the point where it crashes.
 

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