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Dell POWERVAULT wont boot to HDD Slider One??

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I have a power vault 600 which was holding all my backup data for a couple of servers. When i show up today one of the hard drive sliders is flashing from green to amber and will not boot seems like it doesnt recognize the drive.  I've never really worked with this server and am not sure what configuration they had the hard drives.  Seems like someone went in there an removed the drive so i put it back in and made sure its secured in its slot.  No luck Any ideas??
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by:Aaron Tomosky
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I can guess that it failed, someone pulled it but couldn't find a spare. Might wanna find out who pulled it.
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I gave the server a good cleaning and i reset the bios.  it booted to chkdisk, fixed some problems rebooted amd the serer is back up
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server back up... should have cleaned it before post sorry guys
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