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Server 2003 I O error 0x0000185

Posted on 2013-06-17
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Server 2003 was running very slowly, upon reboot the following error was displayed : I/O error 0x0000185 if you click ok to debug the server seems to get stuck in a loop and keeps rebooting itself, after  selecting  cancel The server eventual came up after several hours but is still very slow.

Any ideas?
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Is your setup uses a RAID 5 volume?

Some searches for the error point to a HD issue.
Check server health.
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by:wwm2013
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new error on server.

userinit.exe application error

the instruction at 0x7c981b3e referenced memory at 0x7c981b3e. the required data was not placed into memory because of an i/o error status of 0xc0000185
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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check your disk health with the disk manufacturers utility .  You seem have a drive that is failing..
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One of the three hard drives has failed and i have ordered a replacement. would this prevent the server from booting correctly as it is running raid 5?
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The server performance will be sluggish, Degraded RAID 5 array has a performance hit.  There may have been an access to the "failing" drive that provided incorrect data i.e. IO error.
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