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2003 SBS unexpectedly shutting down

Posted on 2004-10-12
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The previous system shutdown at 4:31:39 AM on 10/12/2004 was unexpected.  This has happened 2 days in a row within minutes of each other.  The only process running is the backup.  Any thoughts?
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Blue screening on something. Windows will automatically reboot when it gets a bluescreen. You will have to turn off the automatic reboot option in System Properties (right click on My Computer, Properties, Advanced, Startup and Recovery) to see where the error is.

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