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Problems with Last Known Good Small Business Server 2008

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Running Small Business Server 2008 on an HP ML350 G5 server, 12 gigs memory.

Had to crash the server yesterday.  When it rebooted the black screen with white type appears.  The only options were to start normally or safe mode.  

Where do I find “Last Known Good”  ?
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Try tapping the F8 key during the boot up process, this should then give you the option to boot to the Last Known Good Configuration.
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I will try this when I can shut down the server this Saturday.
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