And "crash" can mean a lot of different things. If it's a hard, instant
reset, then it's most likely a hardware issue. If it's a BSOD, then it could
be a driver issue, or some other problem, and we'd want to know what the
error code is, and what's in the event log.
"Cris Hanna [SBS - MVP]" <crisnospamhanna@newsgroup> wrote in
Did they just recently start using backup exec for backups? Or just
recently start using USB drives?
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"FSN Tech" <FSNTech@newsgroup> wrote in message
I have a client when he uses the eject usb hard drive and removes the
external usb hard drive, the SBS server crashes. I would like a resolution
be able to swap the external usb hard drives since he is using Backup Exec
save his backups to the external usb hard drive. The external usb hard
has not been swapped out for at least 2 weeks because of the crashing of