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Cluster consistently failing over

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I have a 2 node sql 2000 cluster, Node 2 is usually the primary. After moving the group to Node 1 and rebooting node 2, node 2 came up I attempted to move the group back over. It appeared to move and come on line as soon as it came back online it went offline and moved back to Node 1, came back up there and switched back to 2. This went on for several minutes before I decided to pause the number 2 node. There is really no indications in the event viewer of what might be the issue. Can anyone tell me where I might start looking? I have disable anit-virus and any other service that is currently not needed
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Review shared drive security (NTFS).
Review cluster log on active node.
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