Server Blue screen.

I have a Dell poweredge 2600 running Windows server 2003, whenever I reboot it blue screen, why? Moreover, how should i fix it?
melvinsandersAsked:
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shanedsouzaConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Run a complete CHKDSK of your drives too. Check the event log for bad sectors on HDD.

Also, post the first line (or few) from the bluescreen, which would help in diagnosing the probable cause, or at least head us in the right direction!
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Big5250Commented:
Any new software or hardware changes?  Any error messages that you could provide would be helpful..
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Ron MalmsteadInformation Services ManagerCommented:
Try a repair installation of win2k3...
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BILJAXCommented:
What does your error logs say?    start-run-"eventvwr".  System Logs


Most bluescreens occur over driver errors.  Add anything new (raid driver, new hard drive, new NIC, etc...)?


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lifetechCommented:
After trying the above, try swapping out the memory with known good memory.
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melvinsandersAuthor Commented:
Why should i do swap out the memory?
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