So today after I hit Ctl+Alt+Del on an sbs2003 server it blue screened on me.
When it came back it said no boot device found so I went into the bios and noticed that the scsi controllers weren't enabled. I enabled them and all the disks spin up but now it says error loading operating system.
Unfortunately we just acquired this not too long so I don't know much about it, if it's raided or not. (is there a way to tell since I can't boot it up) I think all the BIOS Settings were wiped when it crashed earlier.
I was actually in the process of swapping over all the data on this server to a Server 2008R2 server I have set up as their domain controller. Little too late it looks like.
Is there a way to fix this OS? Obviously I don't and the previous owner doesn't have the disks for it.
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