Suse Server crash

A suse linux server go crash, and when I try to reboot, I only see

(I make a photo)

The last messege tell:Could not find /dev/disk/by-id/ata-Corsair-Performance3_SSD_11000100010003410052... want to fail back to /dev/disk/by-id/ata-corsair_performance....

Photo crash boot
I tried yes and no option without results

Any suggestion for help me?

Regards
lnriveraAsked:
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rindiCommented:
It looks like your disk is broken or missing, or the partitions are corrupt. Boot you server using the PartedMagic LiveCD and then use the Partition Editor (GParted) to check whether your disks are all there and whether they are accessible (by mounting them.

http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=partedmagic
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lnriveraAuthor Commented:
With a live cd, I see in /dev/disk/by-id  the main hard disk, but when I try to boot from the system, the shell doesn't show disk device to boot in the same path /dev/disk

Could you help me?
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rindiCommented:
Were you able to mount the partition with the livecd and could you browse the file-system?

Maybe also check if there are any other entries in your Grub boot menu, maybe you need to select an earlier one.
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lnriveraAuthor Commented:
I recover the information mounting from livecd, and finally I solved the issue changing the bios to AHCI mode of the disk (I think that the bios reset to factory default and set as IDE and as IDE the suse doesn't found the disk)
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