OKay so I have a slight problem that might either be apocalyptic or benign, but I don't know which.
The server is in a small unventilated unlocked room that is about two feet wide by two feet deep by 8 feet tall. It's quite hot in there, but I don't think that's technically the problem.
The server is Windows Server 2003 based, and is used to run every single thing in this company. This is a setup I inherited of, and I'd very much like them to drop Exchange, as we happen to be seven employees. Being in the big corporation that it is in now, the server is crammed with heavy useless software and runs pretty much every ressource hog imaginable. And have had previous unclean shutdowns due to heat.
Anyway, this morning I got the dreaded 0x00000077 error, along with 0x0000000E parameters for param 1 and 2, 0x00 for param 3, and another something on param 4.
Google told me it could be a bad, bad thing, like the hard drive soon will DIE!!! O_O (Kernel_Stack_Inpage_Error)
Is this going to haunt my nights or can I fix it? If yes, how?
Is this urgent enough for me to tell my boss to buy whatever I need to ensure the system is backed up efficiently ASAP?
Is the Hard Drive going to die soon, and if so, will I have to cope with it like the death of my beloved cat?
Would it be possible that it is caused by write errors on the disk? This assumption being generated by the fact that I happen to have a single file that seems to hang when I read, which then in turn fires an IO error.