Kernel_Stack_inpage_error Windows 2003 Server


After typing user and password the server try's to read from Disk and Blue Screen with that error.
Any ideas?

I think I have problems with one disk but I haven't touched yet.
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Dushan De SilvaTechnology ArchitectCommented:
This could well be a HD problem, or possibly a virus. Make yourself a copy of the UBCD4WIN and use the trendmicro virusscanner on it, which can download the newest definitions, to test your system.

If that turns up nothing, first remove the pagefile from your system to see if that helps. If that also doesn't help, download the HD manufacturer's Disk utility and use it to thoroughly test the HD. You can also use the powermax utility from maxtor which supports most HD's from other manufacturers too. Most of these tools are on the UBCD.

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sirexilonAuthor Commented:
WEll I finally got to work onit. THE HD is not in good shape.
Is an old 34Gb SCSI and it wuit spining at some poitn. it has many errors.

So I guess I will have to strat over and Install Win 2k3 Server and Exchange again  and see if I can have the backup to recover my Mailboxes

THX. Any other Ideas?
If the HD has many errors while testing it with the manufacturer's utility you should replace it with another disk and then reinstall 2k3.
Dushan De SilvaTechnology ArchitectCommented:
Hi  sirexilon,
Did you tried with my comments?

BR Dushan
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