2008 r2 Primer Domain Controller failed to start

Hi there
Our primer DC failed to start after a power shortage, now every time the machine boot it goes to windows corporation progress bar and then it gives the following message:  
Stop: c00002e3 security accounts manager initialization failed because of the following error:
the security ID structure is invalid
error state : 0x0000078
we don’t have windows backup ,we only have veem backup and unfortunately it gives the same error message
the machine can boot to DSRM , from there I tried to run sfc /scannow and chkdsk ,the system couldn’t find any issues !!

thanks for help
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Kamal KhaleefaInformation Security SpecialistCommented:
Before looking to the link is there any error on server
What server brand and model and hdd size ,raid
hsenussiAuthor Commented:
Machine is a Virtual server hosted by esxi 5.5, SCSI controller LSI logic SAS
I’ve checked the provided link , tried to delete SAM,Security,Software and system files from system32\config , and copied the same files from system32\config\RegBack
Still not working ,gives the same error message  0x0000078 , the security ID structure is invalid

thanks king2002
Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
that kb article will do you no good; it is for XP (not 2008 R2) and you are dealing with a domain controller which has its files setup differently because it's part of the active directory database, not local sam files

do you have another domain controller?  i would just seize the fsmo roles on that one and rebuild this failed one.  if your veem backup is not working and you don't have a windows backup, your options are limited
hsenussiAuthor Commented:
The issue  resolved by changing VM (Win DC) server date in BIOS back to the date where the image taken !!! Sounds strange but this this the way that made my DC  boot up normally without any blue screen

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This is the only solution that resolved my issue
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