Bluescreen + reboot TI8 Build768

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  1. Hofmann

    Hofmann Registered Member

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    Hi. On my Servers Acronis True Image Server for Windows don´t work
    correctly. Just on my Machines?
    Version is 8.0 Build 768 current actual Version.

    Server for the Images is under W2K SP3 and offers an Network Share
    for the Image´s.

    Server who should make an Incrementall Backup is under W2K SP3;
    FSC Primergy RX-300 with Mylex Raid Controller AR352 (FW 7.02).
    Mylex Raid Controller offer´s 2 Systemdrives to the W2K.
    First Systemdrive contains C: and D:
    Second Systemdrive contains E:
    dual Xeon Processor 2,4Ghz with HT
    1GB Memory

    Sometimes I start the Software, I get an Bluescreen with dumpig the Memory. Not really what I want.

    Incrementall Backup is started at 00:10. In 3 of 5 backup´s, the Server reboot´s. Also not wanted.

    Well. I tried it in several other Servers. It´s alway´s the same.
    So my Question is. Has anybody the same Problem as I ?
    And how I can fix it?

    Hofmann Martin
     
  2. wdormann

    wdormann Registered Member

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    It would be helpful to post the info from the bluescreen. (Either from the screen or the Event Viewer)
     
  3. Hofmann

    Hofmann Registered Member

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    Here is an Boot Example:
     

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  4. Hofmann

    Hofmann Registered Member

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    Here is an Dump Example:
     

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  5. wdormann

    wdormann Registered Member

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    Sounds like a faulty driver somewhere.
    Try looking at this.
    and this.
     
  6. Acronis Support

    Acronis Support Acronis Support Staff

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    Hello Martin --

    The information from the blue screen along with the Acronis True Image log would indeed be very welcome.

    Thank you.
     
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