Windows SBS 2011 BlueScreen

I have a Windows SBS 2011 server that just started having BlueScreen issues. There do not seem to be any events in event viewer that help me narrow down what caused the BlueScreens. Where can I find logs or any other information that will tell me what caused the BlueScreen?
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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
Any files in there?

If not, change your Error and Troubleshooting settings to MiniDump on BSOD:

The above KB315263 has info on reading the MiniDump files.

We use the Crash Dump Analyzer included in the Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset (via desktop SA and MDOP).

If you have no ability to analyze up front, please ZIP a MiniDump file and upload here. I can have a look at it for you.

If you disable automatic restart under...

Computer properties->Advanced Settings->Startup and Recovery->Settings

... and untick the Automatically Restart box in the System failure section at the bottom, the next BSOD will be waiting on the display for you with all its codes and messages.

It may not be a convenient method, but it's simple and direct...

Of course, some errors happen too quickly for any useful information to be recorded, but that bridge needs to be crossed only if it becomes necessary.
WORKS2011Austin Tech CompanyCommented:
the actual blue screen info reporting has info as well, did you take a screen shot by chance
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Ratnesh MishraCommented:
Complete , kernel or mini Dump is best to give you exact reason ,however even the error code will also give you some information about the possible cause.

Try Clean boot first , i.e msconfig and disable all non-Microsoft services and startup items and see if you face any issue.
If not then try enableing one service at a time and see if that sounds good to you .
dtssupportAuthor Commented:
Here is an upload of three dump files in one zip. I did notice that the last time it happened, I was copying a couple hundred gigs of data from one NAS to another. Not sure why that would cause a bluescreen.
Ratnesh MishraCommented:
Where is the uploaded files !!
dtssupportAuthor Commented:
Sorry about that. Here they are.
Ratnesh MishraCommented:
It seems to be network causing bugcheck , if possible update E1G6032E.sys file which may be intel network adapter driver .
    Image path: \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\E1G6032E.sys
    Image name: E1G6032E.sys
    Timestamp:        Thu May 29 04:44:51 2008 (483DE76B)
All the mini dump is pointing towards same driver.
Strongly suggest you to update E1G6032E.sys [intel network adapter driver ] it to resolve the issue since its not updated after 2008 which is very old.

There are few more updates buts it better to do it via windows automatic update.

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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
You can download an ISO of the latest driver files (18.5) from Intel's site here:

If you need to mount the ISO then Virtual Clone-Drive is free and works well (we have it on many of our SBS and STD/DC servers).

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