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Bugcheck on Win 2000

By mjp5108-50318218 ·
I am running a small home network. On one system is a win2000 domain controller. On another system is a win2000 member server and xp pro.
Recently, the 2000 member server has been rebooting because of a bugcheck. It seemingly does this sporatically. It's will run for a few days and then do this. However, it doesn't seem to do this whenever I'm in xp pro, which is on the same system.
In event viewer the bugcheck error is 0x00000050.
The minidump log doesn't seem to indicate what the problem might be and I've had no success on Microsoft knowledge base in finding any possible answers.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
Thanks

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by timwalsh In reply to Bugcheck on Win 2000

We need more information to be able to help you out (such as the entire STOP message). Normally, the STOP message will identify the file (or files) causing the problem. From the KB, it appears that most causes are driver-related.

BTW, I found 25 article in the KB relating to "STOP 0x00000050." Make sure you use this in your search criteria.

Hope this helps.

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by mjp5108-50318218 In reply to Bugcheck on Win 2000

The entire message was:
The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was:
0x00000050(0xe2ea8885,0x00000001,0xb70bb515,0x00000001). Microsoft Windows 2000 (v15.2195)

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