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After a windows update and a reboot, my server (running Server 2008 r2) will no longer boot in to the OS.
it will only boot in to the Recovery console screen.

I have tried StartRep.exe but it completes with no errors.
I have also tired SFC but again with no joy.

Does anyone know how i can repair my server without doing a clean install?
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by:upalakshitha
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type this command in recovery screen command prompt

bcdedit /set {default} recoveryenabled No

then restart in Disable automatic restart on system failure mode & see the error.
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Belive it or not after alot of hard work it was fixed by using "last known good configuration" on the boot!
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