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xSeries 346 Windows Server 2003 ServRaid Install Boot Loop Issue

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I installed server 2003 standard edition with no problems. When the server rebooted to finish the install the server 2003 screen came up for just a second and then the screen goes blank and the server reboots. I'm currently doing a full format on the partition for server 2003 to check for drive errors. What other problems might cause the rebooting?

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Mostly some driver problems.. or hardware failure... HDD maybe... but i think it was a problem of some kinda driver... try to boot in safe mode..
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Just tried safe mode and it just rebooted again. Any other ideas?
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Disk corrupted ?

As you said, it is new fresh installation? So have you tried to use other new HD ?

Furthermore, have you also checked your RAID configuration, is it good ?
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