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Event ID: 4 Source: cpq32fs2

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The driver detected an internal error in its data structures for .
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This event is usually an indication of a bug in the controller driver or an incompatibility of some of the software modules that it is using (for example, a later installation of a product can override existing drivers with older versions). The first step one should take is to update the driver software with the latest version. If there are any management modules or other related software that have direct access to the controller, they should be updated as well.

In certain cases, this was reported when the administrator tried to use/enabled features present in the configuration files but unsupported by that particular software. Some users reported this as being the consequence of faulty connection cables.
If you add an external hard disk to an embedded SCSI (Small Computer System Interface) controller on a computer running Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 Service Pack 4 and SSD version 2.12, Event Viewer may report this event, in addition to event 7026. See ME244984 for more information.

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