Server BSOD Solutions
- 100% RAM usage on server
If you have used the server for a long time and have many applications installed on it as well as some antivirus, then it can cause the server to use 100% of the RAM causing the server to hang and reboot.
To fix this, remove unwanted applications and leave 2-3 GB RAM free in the server.
- Faulty server RAM
CCBoot relies heavily on RAM of server so if you have a faulty RAM then server can end up crashing and
To fix this, Check the RAM using memtest and see if it gives any error, if it does show error then replace the RAM module.
- Server OS
If you have downloaded the OS image from untrusted sources then it may have hidden malware or virus causing harm to your files.
So, if this happens, reinstall Server OS from trusted sources. we recommend using Server 2008/R2 or server 2012/R2 for server use
Client BSOD solutions
Stoppage Information (Figure 1)
KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED ***"(Figure 1)
The errors are divided into three parts:
- Halt code (Sign ), we call it "blue screen code", which is used for distinguishing existing error types.
- The second part (Sign ) is the 4 number groups included within the brackets, which is the data defined by development staff.
- The third part (Sign ) is the name of error, the specific file name of the driver program will be shown in some conditions.
We usually use blue screen code and name of error as search terms in Google to find the relevant solutions.
A device driver is spinning in an infinite loop, most likely waiting for hardware to become idle.
This usually indicates a problem with the hardware itself, or with the device driver programming the hardware incorrectly. Frequently, this is the result of a bad video card or a bad display driver. (Figure 2)
- Download the Super Image from our forum site, You can choose your preferred OS.
- Apply the method CCBoot Hardware Profile this could solve the problem about BSOD 0x000000EA