The error message “Warning: Fatal error %d occurred at %S_DATE. Note the error and time, and contact your system administrator” is a general error message that can be caused by various issues. Here are a few steps you can take to troubleshoot the error:
Check the SQL Server Error Log: The SQL Server Error Log is a log file that contains information about errors and other events that occur in the database engine. Look for the error message and the error number in the log file, as well as any other related messages that may provide additional information about the cause of the error.
Check the Windows Event Log: The Windows Event Log is a log file that contains information about events that occur in the operating system. Look for any error messages or warnings related to the SQL Server service, as well as any other related messages that may provide additional information about the cause of the error.
Check the application log: if the error is related to an application, check the application log to see if it has more information on the error.
Reproduce the error: Attempt to reproduce the error by performing the same actions that caused the error to occur. This can help you to identify the specific steps that are causing the error to occur.
Check for memory or disk issues: Check if the SQL Server is running out of memory or disk space.
Check for hardware issues: Check for hardware issues such as hard disk failure or memory failure.
Check for software issues: Check for software issues such as outdated or corrupted drivers, or a bug in the SQL Server software.
Once you have collected all the necessary information, you can then contact your system administrator or Microsoft support for further assistance in resolving the issue.
It’s also worth noting that you should backup your data before making any changes.