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Windows 2000 server BSOD 0000007b


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#1 Tdog2

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Posted 03 February 2011 - 09:01 PM

Hi guys, not familiar with servers in general but told a friend i would see what i can do. this machine boots up and gives an immediate BSOD 7b unacessable boot device. I cannot fix with chkdsk /r says unrecoverable error. I cannot boot in safe mode either. running with mini pe to do virus scan with eset online scanner and it came up clean. I loaded mbrfix into system and made a backup of the current MBR but just dont feel confident going any further with this prog without some advice.any ideas on my next step

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 06:11 PM

Try loading the recovery console and using fixboot.
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Posted 05 February 2011 - 09:27 PM

Thanks, already did that but no help. After further examining I found that he had a a raid1 set on the server to mirror the drive (thank god because I screwed up the orig MBR). The cmos battery was dead and after power went out It lost the raid setting in the BIOS. By resetting the bios to raid and wiping the orig disc then rebuilding from other drive, all is well.




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