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2003 Server 64 crashes

By tazzydemon
Sep 5, 2006
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  1. Sirs

    I have recently built a 2003 Server with dual athlon on an Asus A8NSLI premium motherboard with Nvidia Graphics card (originally ATI but they did not officially support 2003 server 64) .

    Usual sql server stuff installed plus new 64 bit versions of Nero 7 and corporate symantec antivirus 64 bit v 10.01.

    1GB ecc ram.

    I am getting sporadic crashes every few days. This is a live server and its quite serious.

    I have tried my utmost to anlayse the minidumps including this link http://www.memecode.com/docs/minidump.php but they remain incomprehensible.

    I think they are mostly PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA
    Bugcheck String: 0x00000050

    I hate submitting this..its almost an admission of failure on my part!!


    Julian
     
  2. korrupt

    korrupt TS Rookie Posts: 1,060

    There is absolutely no shame in asking for help, we all do it sometimes:) First, let me congratulate on your thorough troubleshooting. Unfortunately, I dont know much about Minidump files so I will not be able to analyse them.

    Also, have you ruled out overheating problems?

    Is there anything particular that happens shortly before the crash occurs? Ie: Do all the crashes occur at the same time, ie: peak time.

    Also, what is the server used for?

    Regards,

    Korrupt
     
  3. tazzydemon

    tazzydemon TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Thats funny..I see people have submitted minidumps to this site which were analysed. I was hoping I would be lucky.

    It is a live version management (content) server and it crashes at odd times inside or outside the working day (in Auckland NZ).

    I have no idea at all what to suspect.

    Julian
     
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