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Windows 2008 Foundation Booting to Recovery Mode

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#1 NeveSV


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Posted 18 July 2017 - 12:45 PM

Hi all,


As the title implies, I have a Windows 2008 Foundation server that is stuck booting into recovery mode. To make matters more interesting the hard drive is a RAID 1 on Perc S100, which mean I have to load the driver to boot to Windows 2008 CD.


I have tried pretty much everything I could think of without luck (chkdsk, fixmbr, fixboot, etc..)

I can't run sfc /scannow because I get a message that a scan is already scheduled.


Any advise will be greatly appreciated.

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