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Windows SBS 2003 Server Crash with codes

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Windows SBS 2003 Server Crash with codes. Fatal Crash
0x000000d1 (0x00000028, 0xd0000002, 0x00000000, 0xf7b51be7)

I have downloaded Service Packs and Updates. Ran Anti-Virus
This has happened 4-5 times in the last 2 weeks
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Question by:krmerker
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It sounds like this is being cause by a rouge driver, did you load any printer drivers lately for Remote Web Workplace Users? Any other drivers that have been loaded in the last two weeks? Maybe via Windows update? I would remove them and see if that fixes the issue.
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by:Lee W, MVP
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You can try to analyze the minidump and see if that gives you more of a clue - I put together a web page to make the analysis easier (even lets you click on the likely cause and do a google search).

www.lwcomputing.com/minidumps/minidumpup.asp
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Have you checked your memory/ memory slots on mainboard?
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by:kenmerry
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I think you are looking for a hardware problem. Can you give me a history of the server, How Old? Any hardware mods/additions, type of backup. Are all services running and configured? Make of server etc.
Thanks
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by:krmerker
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The motherboard 0,1,2,3 hot-plug hard drive port slots. 1 port totally failed. That is half of the RAID 1 mirror hard drive configuration. The motherboard is failing now all other hard drive port will not mirror to rebuild the RAID  
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That's unusual. I think you had best make sure you have backup and move to another server or new hardware.
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Box is failing. Moving to new server.
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