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i really need help with SCSI card issue

Hi Guys,

i am having a problem where a machine built as a disk array powered down and when it came back up the machine that is connected to using it for the disk array wont boot giving "NTLDR missing" there is a scsi card in the machine with the array and then the one that is connected to it has two scsi cards

now when i connect one scsi card to the scsi card in the array machine it sees the drives in the array but says 0 logical drives when i connect it to the other one it only sees the logical drives on the local machine but wont load the array but still says NTLDR missing
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Tony GiangrecoCommented:
It sounds like the Ntldr file too a hit. I've seen this happen many times while Windows updates are running.

Based on the O/S you are running, there are different process to run, but it sounds like you need to boot into Windows Recovery Console and copy the Ntldr file from a CD to the root of the C drive that won't boot.

Here are a few links that will walk you through the repair process:




jonathanduane2010Author Commented:
ok i am logged in with recovery console and can see the data but when i try to cd to it i am getting access denied?
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