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Proliant ML570 G2 stop errors

Orinzal Williams
Occasional Visitor

Proliant ML570 G2 stop errors

I have a Proliant ML570 G2 server. The server has the following:

3 1.4 GHZ processors
4GB RAM
2 5302-128 RAID controllers
2 NIC cards

The server will constantly reboot with the following stop error code:

STOP: 0x0000009C (0x00000000, 0x00000000, 0xBE000000, 0x1008081F)

Please help!!!
6 REPLIES
Oleg Koroz
Honored Contributor

Re: Proliant ML570 G2 stop errors

had you applyed latest patches from Microsoft ? when they start ?
Robin_37
Trusted Contributor

Re: Proliant ML570 G2 stop errors

The following factors may cause this error message:
â ¢ System bus errors
â ¢ Memory errors that may include parity or Error Correction Code (ECC) problems
â ¢ Cache errors in the processor or hardware
â ¢ Translation Lookaside Buffers (TLB) errors in the processor
â ¢ Other CPU-vendor specific detected hardware problems

I suggest remove all your processors and use one at a time and check
Akos Hegedus
Valued Contributor

Re: Proliant ML570 G2 stop errors

Which verson of NT do you try to install?
NT4.0 without sp3 does not support 4GB of ram. You have to take out 2GB, install and patch the box and put back the RAM.
Orinzal Williams
Occasional Visitor

Re: Proliant ML570 G2 stop errors

I have applied the latest patches from Microsoft. I also updated the bios. The server is running Windows 2000 SP4.
Christopher Binkley
Occasional Contributor

Re: Proliant ML570 G2 stop errors

Any error lights on the memory slot boards? How about on the cards? You know it almost sounds like it has to be a memory parity error of some kind. You might try removing memory to see if it boots with far less memory, what is your 4 GB configured in? If it's in sets of say 4x1 GB chips you might be able to drop to 2 GB and try it, then swap those two out and try the other two, to see if you can isolate a chip as the failing part.

I have an ML570 G2 in front of me right now and if you pop open the side panel and look at the memory board, it should have some green status lights for memory, or red if they have failed which would be the first thing I'd check.

Hope this helps you!
Christopher Binkley
Occasional Contributor

Re: Proliant ML570 G2 stop errors

Ah, just ran across this link that might be of help even if it is from Windows XP, it seems to be related:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=329284

Maybe that can be of some assistance to you.