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Cannot access to logon screen

Posted on 2011-09-22
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Hi,
i have a SBS2003 server.
When it boots up, 'prepare networking connections' stay for hours and never pass this step ...
If i boot in safe mode, there is a blinking cursor in the upper left corner and the system doesn't boot ...
i remove network cable, disable NIC in Bios
in the recovery console i launch chkdsk /R
still the same
any idea ?
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boot into Directory Services Restore Mode and logon with the administrator account.

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not a good way
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