"Non-system disk" when boot, but Boots ANYWAY!!
Posted on 2004-09-14
Ok, when i boot i got a mess: "Non-system disk. Press any key..."
When i press, the system boots normally. I am no neebie and have tried almost everything.
There is som crazy thing going on with the disk.
Thought i could fix it when i from Windows Recovery Console ran:
But No! Same ****!
I´m running Server 2003
Disk 1: WD 80Gb, (syspart. 19Gb)
Disk 2: WD 120 Gb
I have one idea...
The system is restored from a Ghost-image that was created on the 120Gb disk,
before i got the 80. Is there possible that there is some pointing to a disk id or
something, and maybe trying the second disk first, and then going to the first??
But don´t tell me to check if there is a floppy inserted ;)