IRP stack bsod

hi, having trouble with a server w2k sp3
being running fine for months.

also has citrix xpe running.

once a day at no particular time or increased load, it blue screens

no_more_irp_stack_locations

stop 0x00000035  (ox84000868,0x00000000,0x00000000,0x00000000)

I have altered the ipstack size in the registrey and removed virus software as suggested (norton NAVCE, which did not uninstall nicley  used there white paper to pull it out manualy)



but still blue screening,

any ideas?  

I'm not in a position to rebuild at present, so would appreciate any help ideas on a way to find cause and fix,    60 users attatched most of the time.

Thank you in advance
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Troubleshooting "STOP 0x0000002E" or "DATA_BUS_ERROR" Error Message
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=218132
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tncbbthositgCommented:
I would check your drivers in device manager.  Make sure that none of them are in error.  Have you recently installed new hardware?  If that doesn't work, some hardware may have "gone bad."

What I would do in that case is turn off the machine and take everything out (except for the power supply, one ram chip, the hard drive with the boot sector on it, and the video card (unles the the motherboard has onboard video, then enable that and remove the other vid card)).  Then, boot it up.  If it starts, start adding pieces.  If it doesn't start, swap the ram chip.  If it starts then, start adding pieces but do not put in the faulty ram chip.  If it does not start, put the harddrive in another machine and see if you can boot it up there.  If it starts in another machine, you probably have an FSB problem (communication between ram and processor).  In that case, replace your processor, ram and motherboard.

That would be my call.

Good luck,
TNC

Oh, you may also first try the emergency recovery console.
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