|Subject:||RE: Server loses network - bizzare behavior|
|Posted by:||Anthony Fontana (AnthonyFonta…@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Mon, 27 Apr 2009|
I'm not too familiar with this on a server, but what is happening to the
CD/DVD drive? Could it be defective or going bad? I had a CD drive go bad
on a workstation and the workstation wouldn't boot. I fixed it by disabling
the CD ROM in the workstaton bios and restarting. System booted OK so I got
the user another CD drive
> We have two servers that are both exhibiting bizzare behavior. The first
> thing you notice is that they are not available on the network. When you go
> to the console and login, the mouse cursor is out of control and wanders all
> over the desktop, unusable. Then you Ctrl-Alt-Del and restart the server. It
> hangs on the way down before it leaves windows all the way, blue windows
> desktop but no icons. At that point you hard reset it and it comes back up
> okay and is fine for a few days until it happens again.
> When viewing the system event log the only error you see is:
> PlugPlayManager Event ID 12
> The device 'MATSHITA UJDA780 DVD/CDRW'
> disappeared from the system without first being prepared for removal.
> Whe you look at the application event log, about thirty seconds after the
> Event 12 error, you start seeing errors indicating the loss of network
> activity, cannot find the DC etc.
> One server is WIndows 2003 R2 Standard and runs a web application on an IBM
> x3250 box.
> THe other server is Windows 2003 x64 and runs Exchange 2007 Client Access on
> a IBM x3350 box.
> All the firmware on the servers is up to date and all the micirosft updates
> are installed.
Server loses network - bizzare behavior posted by Bartly on Mon, 27 Apr 2009