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Exchange Server 2003\ Server 2003 Enterprise\ SP2\  BSOD multiple times in a day.
Getting alot of 1003 event log ID events, source of 102.  After blue screen, it reboots on it's own, and still load the store ok.
But I am afraid of the damage it is doing.  I have a feeling it could be a driver causing this, but cannot read the dump files.

Can someone read the dump files if I post them?

Thanks
Brett Stevens


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You can upload minidumps to my web site www.lwcomputing.com/minidumpup - you can then see what is likely causing the problem and/or post the results here for myself and others to help you analyze.
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Cannot get to that site via the link or copy and pasting.
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It seems to be hardware issue. Check below post for same error

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Hardware/Q_24051279.html

Apart from above i found a fix from MS

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/906154
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I used the Nirsoft blue screen viewer, it works very well.

The culprit seems to be a packet analyzer that was installed.  Removing now, I will let you know if that was the answer.
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Great...test it and let me know the results. I have more steps for troubleshooting. If this doesn't worked out
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Sorry for the delay, getting rid of the packet analyzer software, did the trick.

Thanks to Blue Screen Viewer.

Brett
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Thanks for the update.
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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