I have a Windows Server 2003 SBS that seems to lock up at startup, it has done this twice so far. If I hard boot it comes up with no issues whatsoever. I have disabled Automatic Updates so it shouldnt reboot on its own anymore but while I was looking through the Event logs I noticed these - \Device\Scsi\aac1: ID(0:02:0); Error Event [Cmd:0x28]
There are three events that are warnings with the event id number of 4097 and the event is AAC. I did some searching and found that its most likely a bad disk, but I did diagnostics on both of the disks and they passed. Does this mean possible that Disk 2 is bad according to the Storage controller?