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After you install the Windows NT Option Pack on a Microsoft Cluster Server 1.0 computer running Windows NT Service Pack 4 (SP4), the following Event IDs may appear in the System Event log on each node:
DESCRIPTION: Microsoft Cluster Server could not join an existing cluster and could not form a new cluster. Microsoft Cluster Server has terminated.
DESCRIPTION: The Cluster Resource Monitor could not load the DLL clusres.dll for resource type Physical Disk.
The following symptoms may be observed:
This behavior is caused by the Windows NT Option Pack overwriting some newer SP4 components with older Windows NT Option Pack components.
Re-apply Windows NT Service Pack 4 to both nodes and restart the computer.
Note: Service Pack 4 must be applied after the Windows NT Option Pack setup has completed and after both nodes have been restarted.