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    BSOD Bugcheck code: 0x80 (0x4F4454, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)

    I did call HPe today and they did ask after AHS logfiles etc. so I did upload them to there server, so not I guess that I just need to wait. I hope they will send me a new power supply and motherboard as the issue should be in the power supply or that the new motherboard was faulty the last time...
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    BSOD Bugcheck code: 0x80 (0x4F4454, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)

    I have a second server on the same power plug so if it was a spike then it should have destroyed the other server too. I also have a box / outlet that protects against spikes and thunder. And I have not gotten any power issues here at home at all. The only thing is that my wife did unplugg the...
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    BSOD Bugcheck code: 0x80 (0x4F4454, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)

    I know, but I did report it directly to HPe when I did receive the motherboard so they did help me to reset the iLO password. Let's hope it will get easy to get a new motherboard this time also I have collected all the information that I can think of. Minidump files MEOMRY.DMP file dmp_analyzer...
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    BSOD Bugcheck code: 0x80 (0x4F4454, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)

    Well this is strange, I did get this issue now on the replacement motherboard as well. But the replacement motherboard did have some issues when I did receive it like that the iLO password did not work etc. What I did when I did get the crash was that I did run the following command in power...
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    BSOD Bugcheck code: 0x80 (0x4F4454, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)

    With the help from Neemobeer I could pin-point the issue to a PCI-to-PCI bridge and I did contact HPe after I did upload some logfiles to them they decided to send me a replacement motherboard that are arriving tomorrow I hope.
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    BSOD Bugcheck code: 0x80 (0x4F4454, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)

    Hi, Did you find anything yesterday? Thanks again for all help.
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    BSOD Bugcheck code: 0x80 (0x4F4454, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)

    I have downloaded the AHS file now and I have PM you that file. I did also notice this under "Integrated Management Log" in iLO
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    BSOD Bugcheck code: 0x80 (0x4F4454, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)

    Hi, I have now rolled back to a known good backup but I still like to know why it BSOD. I did install Kiwi (syslog server) and after that it did crash, like 20-30min after I did install Kiwi or something like that so I guess it was because of Kiwi or it was because of HP's update of iLO but that...
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    Did reboot by it self, can't find the reason.

    No, no UPS but I have orderd one now, one that can handle the server for 6min so if I did have one of thoes this would never have happend I guess.
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    Did reboot by it self, can't find the reason.

    Ok, I have restored the server already as it's busniess critical that it runs. But as the router also did reboot at the same time, my guess is that it was due to powerloss. Don't know why, but maybe the cord or something I'll switch it out to a new one after business hour today.
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    Did reboot by it self, can't find the reason.

    Ok I do understand, well I can't findout why it did happen, if I do understand iLO correctly it was a total powerloss as iLO did loose power also. Let's hope that it's not happening again. I have looked and the powercords are attached as far as I can tell, but if it happens again I maybe need to...
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    Did reboot by it self, can't find the reason.

    Thanks, It's strange but according to iLO (like bios for HPe servers etc) it did not note the time for the reboot and that's strange, iLO is always running even when the server is "off", I have never seen that before. 1922 08/16/2017 08:09 08/16/2017 08:09 1 On-board clock set...
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    Did reboot by it self, can't find the reason.

    I did have *.dmp on and also I had check automatic restart, I don't know if it was a BSOD or not, I don't think so or I don't know is the right answere as I can't find anything. It don't show any bugcode either. Anyway what I have done is that I did restore it from my backup to yesterday at...
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    Did reboot by it self, can't find the reason.

    Hi, Today when I did wake up I did hear my HPe Microserver gen8 reboot by it self, the machine have never done this before. It currently running Windows Server 2016 Standard but as it's "almoste" the same as Windows 10 I do post here. I have looked in %SystemRoot%\ after some dump file but I...
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    File history on server?

    Ok, I have windows server backup that makes backups every 3h of the hole system. (Only the files that have been change is backed up) And I have the hole share on one volume so that's good, then I can just activate it to run every hour on only that volume. And store the shadow backups on my...
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