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Application logs gone corrupt

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Hi Experts,

We have a SBS 2003 server that all of a sudden the application logs are not viewable.
It is an SBS 2003 server running AD, DHCP, DNS, Exchange, Backup, and File.

I have attached a screen grab of this issue.

Look forward to reading your comment
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We deleted the Application.evt file
after disabling the Event log and rebooting. Okies now install all the fotfixesfrom the windows upgrade.
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by:isdd2000
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Hi Experts,

The server is running at high disk storage space, installing the hotfixes is not really an option. But I will try renaming the store and see what occurs.

Also the microsoft support artical does not describe any symptoms I am expirencing.
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Hi Experts,

Was due to the C: drive being critically low on space. We restored a few GB and performed a restart and it was all ok!

Thanks for your help.
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by:isdd2000
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The server was a remote server and unable to be infront of it caused the above KB artical to be of no use, but it should do the trick
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