Checking a hard disc drive in a RAID

Hello everybody.

I have one server with an SCSI Adaptec card for a  RAID 5.  The computer gives me once in a  week the blue screen with the following error:  KERNEL_STACK_INPAGE_ERROR.

I beileve it is an error with the HDD, but as the RAID contains 3 of them, I do not know which one exactly is the erroneous one. We have performed a Scandisk to the logical unit of the RAID but gave no errors.

How can I check which HDD is causing the crashes?

Thanks in advance!
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Just went into the Adaptec Menu at the Boot Sequence and Check the HDD one by one.
Are You Sure its HDD Error ?
It might be RAM Problem .

Bm Keshav
McGregor09Author Commented:
OK, we have tested the 3 drives from the RAID and  all of them seemed to be OK, as no error was shown during the test with the Adaptec "built-in" tests.

Which tool could I use to test 8 GB of RAM in a Windows Server 2003 x64?

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McGregor09Author Commented:
The first one made the trick.

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