Domain Controller freezes and has Event ID 32 and Event ID 1539
Our main server has frozen twice (once yesterday morning and again this morning) around the same time (between 8.30-9a) not allowing users to login to the network or lose their network drives. I checked the event viewer and found a few different warnings:
1. Source: Disk, Event ID: 32 - Device\Hard Drive 0\ DR0 has its write cache enabled. Data corruption may occur.
2. (in Directory Service logs) Source: NTDS General, Event ID 1539 - The local Domain controller could not disable the software-based disk write cache on the following hard disk. Hard Disk C: Data might be lost during system failure.
Now we have a USB external Drive that contains backed up files using Dataprise backup software. I am not quite sure of the backup scheme or schedule.
My question: Is the problem with the server with the events mentioned above (32 & 1539) or because the problem seems to occur around the same time it may be have something to do with the backup? We need a solution as to why it is causing our server to freeze up.
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