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A newly setup SBS2003 server does this unexpected shut down with error log ID 50070. What could cause this. All hardware are new but could it be the memory?
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by:dshroutait
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That error is generally a Sharepoint error.

Is the server turning completely off or restarting?
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It shuts itself off completely or shutdown. It has to turn On manually.
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That is a hardware problem, if you were getting a blue screen then it would be restarting itself or sitting at the blue screen. Check your power supply and your power environment.
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by:curtistom
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I was thinking of the power supply but do you think could the memory is a possibility too?
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Not usually even when you have bad memory it will just restart on you, theres not many things that will completely turn off your computer, except power.
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Did you ever correct this issue?
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