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ML350 G3 Stop Error 0x0000000A (0BAD0b0e4

 
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ML350 G3 Stop Error 0x0000000A (0BAD0b0e4

A Windows 2000 sever has been rebooting at the beginning of the workday. This started 2 weeks ago.

0x0000000A (0BAD0b0e4,0x00000000, 0x804518D2, 0x000000000)

Windows 2k4 sp4
ML350 G3 1-2.2 gHz proc
542 RAID controller- Not other adds or NonHP equip
1gb HP MEM
HP driver set 7.40 Updated to most recent as of 4/26/2005)
Original BIOS

AD Primary
DNS
DHCP
Notes Server 6.5.1
CA eTrust AV 7.1.192 w/Mail option.

RE:BAD0B0E4 memory space?? Does anyone know driver occupies that space?
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Re: ML350 G3 Stop Error 0x0000000A (0BAD0b0e4

Stop Error revision

0x0000000A (0BAD0b0e4,0x000000002, 0x00000001, 0x8006543A)
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Re: ML350 G3 Stop Error 0x0000000A (0BAD0b0e4

Hi Glenn,

STOP 0x0000000A indicates a kernel mode process or driver attempted to access a memory address that it did not have permission to access. The most common cause of this error is a bad or corrupt pointer that references an incorrect location in memory

Therefore, the cause of the problem could be two
1. A driver is trying to reference an invalid or incorrect memory adress
or
2. You have a bad memory module in your system

You can check the IML(Integrated Management Log) or from the windows system event view to mention a few

Resolution
1. Try to update the dirver for all controllers you have in the system. Latest driver can be downloaded from this link
http://h18023.www1.hp.com/support/files/server/us/family/model/4678.html?lang=en&cc=us
Select you operating system you have in your server
2. Check if you have a bad memory stick

Regards
Amha Kassa