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Error messages regading hardware on SBS 2003

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Hi. Using a HP Proliant ML 110 G4 with a RAID 5 configuration. I am uploading the Everest report to www.ibackup.com    Username: experts   Password: experts1

It is only two months old, but I had a BSOD two days ago which read: It is likely that the problem is being caused by one of the following computer components:

Random Access Memory
System Board
CPU
Power supply

I also was uploading a file from the server and got a brief green error message about a hardware problem, but it was impossible to read that quickly.

I am going to submit this before I have the file to upload since it is taking so long. I have run the entire configuration twice, but it seems to get stuck on the last step, which is the log files. It is processing them and reads it is at 86 of 90. Do I just need to be patient or is it not going to read them? Should I just upload the hardware profile?

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If I am unable to respond to your answers, it is because I had to go home, and I am unable to check my home computer since Time-Warner Road Runner doesn't seem to want to work.
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Hey Jeff!

OK, I did upload the summary and hardware. Also, I have that thing you put onto the PCI to analyze the PC,but I can't find it. I will look at the event logs...

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Jeff,

OK, I have the system event logs. Should I only look at the yellow and red ones? Should I copy and paste them for the benefit of the experts?

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It says it was an Event 1003 error. It also referenced the Symbolic Name: ER_KRNLCRASH_LOG
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Are you running APC PowerChute on this system?

Also, please make sure that your RAM is fully seated, and if possible, switch it out for alternate RAM to see if those chips are defective.

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Actually, it would be Cyberpower Shutdown software, but I forgot to install it  : (

I will check the RAM. Thanks.
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