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ntkrnlpa.exe problem on SBS03

  1. #1


    Jack2 Guest

    ntkrnlpa.exe problem on SBS03

    Out SBS03 was working fine but got a crash at 3.03am last night, using
    bluescreen view it mentions that ntkrnlpa.exe caused the crashed. What is
    ntkrnlpa and is it required? can I disable it or how to fix the problem
    associated with it. SBS03 has SP2 but havent' installed all the latest
    patches.

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2. #2


    Cliff Galiher - MVP Guest

    Re: ntkrnlpa.exe problem on SBS03

    Has this become a chronic/persistent error? Put another way, is there any
    reason why you believe this is related to that file and not just a random
    RAM/HD/misfiring electron issue? Sometimes computer crash and lock up.
    Cosmic radiation, solar flairs, fed a gremlin after midnight, etc.

    ntkrnlpa.exe is a core component in windows.

    -Cliff


    "Jack2" <Jack2@newsgroup> wrote in message
    news:AC0058A2-DFDE-4362-A32D-1CB9BA805D4C@newsgroup

    > Out SBS03 was working fine but got a crash at 3.03am last night, using
    > bluescreen view it mentions that ntkrnlpa.exe caused the crashed. What is
    > ntkrnlpa and is it required? can I disable it or how to fix the problem
    > associated with it. SBS03 has SP2 but havent' installed all the latest
    > patches.

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  3. #3


    Jack2 Guest

    Re: ntkrnlpa.exe problem on SBS03

    Thank you Cliff. I used a program called bluescreenView and its pointing
    ntkrnlap.exe as the crasher. I hope its a random issue. It has been pretty
    stable during the day. Lets see what happens in the midnight tonight. I have
    disabled auto restart. The other thing I was wondering was I check the auto
    update and it starts at 3am. I disabled that too to see what happens. Thank
    you very much.

    "Cliff Galiher - MVP" wrote:

    > Has this become a chronic/persistent error? Put another way, is there any
    > reason why you believe this is related to that file and not just a random
    > RAM/HD/misfiring electron issue? Sometimes computer crash and lock up.
    > Cosmic radiation, solar flairs, fed a gremlin after midnight, etc.
    >
    > ntkrnlpa.exe is a core component in windows.
    >
    > -Cliff
    >
    >
    > "Jack2" <Jack2@newsgroup> wrote in message
    > news:AC0058A2-DFDE-4362-A32D-1CB9BA805D4C@newsgroup

    > > Out SBS03 was working fine but got a crash at 3.03am last night, using
    > > bluescreen view it mentions that ntkrnlpa.exe caused the crashed. What is
    > > ntkrnlpa and is it required? can I disable it or how to fix the problem
    > > associated with it. SBS03 has SP2 but havent' installed all the latest
    > > patches.
    >

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

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