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NT Small Biz Reboots from bugcheck

NT Small Biz Reboots from bugcheck

NT Small Biz Reboots from bugcheck

I don't have the stop error, but in the event log is event id 1000
The computer rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x0000000a (0xe1a8326c, 0x00000008, 0x00000001, 0xf72705d9). Microsoft Windows NT [v15.1381]. A full dump was not saved.

Any help is appreciated.


RE: NT Small Biz Reboots from bugcheck

Do you have a service pack applied? If so, which one?

RE: NT Small Biz Reboots from bugcheck

Yepper, the system has SP3 applied. It is Small Biz, so I don't think there are any newer Service packs available.

RE: NT Small Biz Reboots from bugcheck

Didn't think service packs were picky as to what they get applied to (within reason).

Error 1000 is EITHER a licensing issue (stop the licencing service to check this) or a dns zone issue.

RE: NT Small Biz Reboots from bugcheck

I will give it a shot, but so far, I have come up with RAM, or a driver (via Technet). Thanks.

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