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I am getting this error of installation of windows server 2008, megasas2.sys failed to load

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I have ibm x3650 , I install windows server 2008 ,in the boot it is giving error and this message
failed to load megasas2.sys
windows failed to load because critical system driver is missing or corrupt
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by:Ahmed786
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This type of issue is something to relate with the IBM, so you need to contact them, may be some drivers need to be updated.
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Shahnawaz Ahmed earned 500 total points
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Its MegaRaid drive.


Do you have any floopy/USB attached? if yes please remove and start installation.

You might be interesting at below link please check once
http://www-947.ibm.com/support/entry/portal/docdisplay?lndocid=migr-5089866
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by:Ihab
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I remove still the same
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by:Shahnawaz Ahmed
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Please download the driver and put it into the USB/FLOOPY then on the LOAD Driver's window give the path to the USB/Floopy where the driver located then try . It should work
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