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what are the posible causes for un expected reboot event ID 6008 in server 2003

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what are the posible causes for un expected reboot event ID 6008 in server 2003
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1. power outage or fluctuation in power.

2. raid failures.

3. Any new installation issue .(Injecting Kernel Drivers)

4. Drivers and firmwares are very old.

More we can find out hte exact cause from the mini dump or you can configure the full dump to analyze the better
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As already said, this could be a number of issues:

power outage - both external & internal
hardware failure, not limited to RAID
Thermal shutdown - getting too hot
driver failure, either from an update or because the hardware is failing
untested software causing memory issues, or IO conflicts
viruses or malware
human error :)
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demazter and ice12000 thanksfor your reply expecting Any more reasopns other than these
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