Server 2003 BSOD Issues...

Hi, I need your help to help control the bsod problems...

a vm machine (Server 2003) our customers has been keep crashing for 3 days @midnight.

the dump file is at the following link.  (9, 24.9, 25.9, 26 minidump file.   file dump of 25.9/9/26)

http://1drv.Ms/YgJ6QO   (onedrive)

Thank you very much ~

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