SBS2003 Drive Full Can't log in

Have SBS 2003 Server
Appears the hard drive is full (The C:\ System Drive)
System reboots
Have booted into the machine (it boots)
When I get to the login screen
I try to Ctrl-Alt-Del - Nothing - Cap lock is also frozen, no KYBD functionality

"C" Drive is full how can can login or boot it using BartPE or similar so that I can clean the hard drive.

It is a 3 disk array (Dell PE)
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David AtkinTechnical DirectorCommented:

Can you boot to Safe Mode with Networking OK?

Any network access?
tech911Author Commented:
I can, but I can't log in - No KYBD functionality.

I need to boot from a bootable utility so that I can "See" the C Drive and clean it.

Matthew BorrussoCommented:
get yourself a copy of the Raid controller drivers.
get them on a stick.

boot either a Windows server DVD or something like Active Boot disk.

When you boot, I believe there will be an f6 entry to load storage drivers. then use the recovery console to remove a few files.

I believe this is also valid with 2012.. I am a big fan of the active boot disk and the data studio suite of tools. But thats not free, and it should not be required for you to accomplish your goal.

Use a Linux LiveCD like Knoppix. Most real RAID controller drivers are included, and then you can browse and delete what you need.

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Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
Try logging on to a remote machine and connect to this server using a \\servername\c$

Then MOVE few folders out of "documents and settings" to a network location.  You may also find few large files in c:\windows and other places (log folders, downloads etc).

Hopefully you will be able to login after this.
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