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BSOD on ML370 G4

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Nick Johnston
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BSOD on ML370 G4

I have received the following in the IML viewer following a spontaneous reboot.
Blue Screen Trap (BugCheck, STOP: 0x00000050 (0xEAA2E1A4, 0x00000000, 0xBFA3F2C9, 0x00000001))
This was also written to the event log.
I am suspecting a memory error but I can't find anything conclusive.
OS is server 2003 (no service packs) with a 3.6 ghz cpu and 2gb Ram.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
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Terry Hutchings
Honored Contributor

Re: BSOD on ML370 G4

Stop 0x00000050, 1E, and A are usually caused by memory, but may be difficult to narrow down. How many dimms do you have installed? Is it 2 x 1gb dimms? This is sometimes related to problems with a system board, but this is more unusual. Possibly even anti virus, but this is pretty rare.

Have you run diags on this server?
The truth is out there, but I forgot the URL..
Nick Johnston
Occasional Visitor

Re: BSOD on ML370 G4

Thanks for your replies.
Looking at the MS KB articles it seems that applying SP1 would be the first course of action.
The server is a F&P server and also hosts TS profiles for Citrix users.
The server has 4 X 512 sticks of RAM.
No I haven't run diagnostics on it.
I found out that it did it again today, so it is starting to get consistent.
As mentioned my 1st course of action will be to apply SP1. Failing that i will replace all 4 chips under warranty.
I can't take the server out of production for to long as the business is 24x7.
Anyhow, thanks for both of your replies. I'll let know how I get on.

Nick
Nick Johnston
Occasional Visitor

Re: BSOD on ML370 G4

At the clients request I swapped out all 4 x 512 mb chips in the server.
Since this has been done the server has run perfectly without issue.
Obviously if something else pops up then 2003 SP1 will be applied.
Thanks for the responses. They were a great help.

Nick