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Server Bluescreening / Rebooting with Error code 00008086, parameter1 00000000, parameter2 00000000, parameter3 00000000, parameter4 00000000.

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Hello.
Im running Win3kSp2, now and then, the server crashes with a blue screen, and in the event log it says:
(This is reports from different crashes)
Error code 00008086, parameter1 00000000, parameter2 00000000, parameter3 00000000, parameter4 00000000.
and
Error code 000000d1, parameter1 00000034, parameter2 d0000002, parameter3 00000000, parameter4 f72cb339.
and
Error code 000000d1, parameter1 0000002e, parameter2 d0000002, parameter3 00000001, parameter4 8083e187.
and
Error code 000000d1, parameter1 00000034, parameter2 d0000002, parameter3 00000000, parameter4 f72cb339.

And sometimes windows runs wery slow, and that gives this error
The device, \Device\Ide\iaStor0, did not respond within the timeout period.

The server is a ConRoe1333-eSATA2 Mobo, with 4 gig RAM, and runs RAID5 with 4 SATA2 disks.

I really have no clue whats wrong - Hope anyone can help
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by:fgande
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I have reason to believe that this is a driver problem. Have you checked the event viewer for more information? Are you perhaps able to upload a minidump (found in c:\windows\minidump) to http://ee-stuff.com so I can help you debug this situation?

The four parameters for the error code 000000d1 are as follows;
1 - memory that is referenced
2 - IRQL
3 - value 0 = read operation, 1 = write operation
4 - address that referenced memory

If you are not already using the driver verifier (c:\windows\system32\verifier.exe), then you could give that a go... Use it to create custom settings, choose individual settings, and enable the special pool. Your computer will then crash and give you a bluescreen if a driver fails, and hopefully give you better information regarding what is causing the problems.
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by:Johnner_dk
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Hey.
I have turned on the verifier.exe, and set it to check all drivers.

And uploaded minidump.zip to ee.stuff.com. Hope that helps.
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by:Johnner_dk
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Hmm.. No cannot upload the file.
But you can get it here http://www.webbits.dk/minidump.zip
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by:fgande
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I'm sorry that I did not have time to analyze this problem during the weekend, but I have now had a look at your minidump files. The conclusion seems to be that there is a driver fault caused by the file iaStor.sys, which is linked to the device in your error message (\Device\Ide\iaStor0). This is supposedly the integrated Intel raid controller, and it needs a driver update to function properly.

Even if you do not own a Dell PC, I would advise you to check out the following link: http://www.ydeologi.com/2006/04/26/dell-dimension-e510-iastorsys-windows-xp-blue-screen-error-stop-code-0x000000d1/ . This webpage has quite elaborate information on anything regarding your error with that particular driver, and also contains information on how to fix it.

I hope this helps :)
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by:Johnner_dk
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Hey
I have installed the newest intel drivers, and im giving it a couple of days to see how it works out.
Ive cleared the event system log, hoping it stays that way :)
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How is it working out? Does it still crash?
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by:Johnner_dk
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Yep, still trouble with the damn driver.
But the blue screen stopped when i did the verifier.exe thing. But afterinstalling the new drivers - the raid controller reparied itself a number of times, and windows ran like a windows 95 machine.
My guess is, If it has to work properly, to install windows on a non raid disk, and install the raid software, when windows is up and running.
But i got really tired of that, and came to that conclusion that windows cannot work, properly when booting on a software RAID, so, ive gotten myself a SATA HW raid controller (but it hasnt arrived yet)
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by:wfriddle99
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I have the same issue on my 2003 R2 server and would like to attach my dmp file for review if possible?

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Wade_friddle@bmc.com
wfriddle99
Minidmp053108-02.txt
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