How to repair a corrupt system reserved or boot partition for SBS 2011

I am having a problem with a clients SBS 2011 server. It fails to boot the system reserved partition seems to be corrupt or the disk has a problem. Is there a way to manually recreate this partition?
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TemodyPickalbatros, IT ManagerCommented:
You can create it from windows installation go to repair

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cdsausAuthor Commented:
Ok I will try and get back
If you have problems with the disks, check your RAID controller for error messages and if there are any problems, replace the bad disk. Make sure your backups are good before replacing the disk, as the rebuild could stress the other disks and cause data loss.

If you are using Windows built-in RAID, run the disk manufacturer's diagnostic utility on them. You'll find those on the UBCD:

Once you know that all the disks are fine, run a chkdsk /f or /r from the Windows DVD's recovery console to repair any file-system issues.
noxchoGlobal Support CoordinatorCommented:
You should not try rebuilding anything till you find out where is the problem. Otherwise you can make things more complicated.
Tell us more about the problem. How did it occur and what kind of errors are you getting? At which step does it happen?
cdsausAuthor Commented:
Sorry for late reply. The system is working again, I restored the bootloader from a backup.

It seems to have happended due to acronis backup, it got some vss volume error and
stuffed it up.

I have turned it off for now as we will be virtualising the system shortly

Thanks for all suggestions.
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