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Snap server fatal errors

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Snap 4100 server with fatal errors on a RAID5  (400GB of data) and that's not the bad part. Ok ready for this one?
On Sunday I shut this Snap server down and moved it to a diff rack. it would not power backup, I reseat as many parts as possable, still died so I go home to weep. On Monday morning still died, at 3:20pm the Snap powers up by it's self. So I start coping off 1 of 4 folders and leave for the evenning. On Tuesday morning it's died as a door knob again, again I reseat all parts and this time I put in a new CMOS battery thinking maybe the clock is broken and maybe my RAID5 does not know how to boot. NOTHING! it's still died as a knob. At 3:20 POW! again it powers back up by it's self. Now I start coping off two more folders and leave for the night. This morning (WED) it's died as a door knob again, now it's 3:20pm and sure enough it powers back up by it's self. I'm now coping off the last folder. Show below is the log I get when it is running. ANY SUGGESTIONS!
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08/22/2007  3:24:47 ERROR       File System Check : Bad state 0 for inode I=206935
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  The previous message occurred in the following context within the system log:

08/22/2007  3:24:47 INFORMATION System Initialization : Initialization Complete!  Memory to be released: 29944224 bytes.
08/22/2007  3:24:47 ERROR       File System Check : FSCK fatal error = 39
08/22/2007  3:24:47 ERROR       File System Check : Bad state 0 for inode I=206935
08/22/2007  3:24:45 WARNING     File System Check : Summary information bad (Salvaged)
08/22/2007  3:24:45 WARNING     File System Check : Blk(s) missing in bit maps (Salvaged)
08/22/2007  3:24:45 WARNING     File System Check : Free blk count(s) wrong in superblk (Salvaged)
08/22/2007  3:24:44 INFORMATION File System Check : ** Phase 5  - Check cylinder groups
08/22/2007  3:24:44 INFORMATION File System Check : ** Phase 4b - Check backlinks
08/22/2007  3:24:44 INFORMATION File System Check : ** Phase 4  - Check reference counts
08/22/2007  3:24:44 INFORMATION File System Check : ** Phase 3  - Check connectivity
08/22/2007  3:24:44 INFORMATION File System Check : ** Phase 2  - Check pathnames
08/22/2007  3:24:44 INFORMATION File System Check : ** Phase 1b - Rescan for more duplicate blocks
08/22/2007  3:20:45 INFORMATION SMB : Resolved IP address (192.168.1.26) for domain controller BAILEY.
08/22/2007  3:20:35 INFORMATION SMB : Located domain controller BAILEY via TCP/IP.
08/22/2007  3:20:25 INFORMATION DHCP/BOOTP: Setting IP address to 192.168.1.43
08/22/2007  3:20:21 INFORMATION File System Check : ** Phase 1  - Check blocks and sizes
08/22/2007  3:20:20 INFORMATION File System Check : partition is clean.
08/22/2007  3:20:20 INFORMATION File System Check : Executing fsck /dev/ride3a /force /fix /fixfatal
08/22/2007  3:20:20 INFORMATION File System : Opened FDB for device 0x60000
08/22/2007  3:20:20 INFORMATION File System Check : partition is clean.
08/22/2007  3:20:20 INFORMATION File System Check : Executing fsck /dev/rraid0 /fix
08/22/2007  3:20:20 INFORMATION File System : Opened FDB for device 0x1000E
08/22/2007  3:20:20 INFORMATION File System Check : partition is clean.
08/22/2007  3:20:20 INFORMATION File System Check : Executing fsck /dev/ride1g /fix /fixfatal
08/22/2007  3:20:20 INFORMATION File System : Opened FDB for device 0x10006
08/22/2007  3:20:20 INFORMATION File System Check : partition is clean.
08/22/2007  3:20:20 INFORMATION File System Check : Executing fsck /dev/ride0g /fix /fixfatal
08/22/2007  3:20:14             System Initialization : Server v4.0.860
                               Build Date: Mar  2 2005 17:50:35
                               Boot Count: 11
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