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SBS 2011 crash

Hello, our SBS 2011 crashed, it make restarts with blue screen bad_system_config and no other information, we tried:

1. recover console - auto repair
2. chk dsk /r /f
3. chk hardware from bios - memory test and hardisk test
4. we tried to find c:\windows\repair folder (with no luck)

still we get the same error and the server reboot.

please assite......

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Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
I would try using memtest.  


I would use that tool to run a memory diagnostics
Haresh NikumbhSr. Tech leadCommented:
Robert-ProdigyAuthor Commented:
hi, we alreadt tried http://support.microsoft.com/kb/326679  with no luck even we tried to reboot with one RAM stick.

we will run nen test and update you accordingly (not sure that RAM is the issue in this case .... but we will run it anyway.
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Config file corrupted means registry is corrupted.

Boot from the SBS 2011 disc (Raid drivers might be required)  and do system restore.


Also check the hard drive mode option in bios ..raid, ahci, legacy etc. Make sure the right option is selected.

Can also upload minidump for analysis


Robert-ProdigyAuthor Commented:
restore fro backup was the only solution that worked
Robert-ProdigyAuthor Commented:
restore fro backup was the only solution that worked
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