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Hyper-V VM Stuck in Boot Loop

Posted on 2016-08-23
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I have a hyper v VM of a Server 2012 box. It is currently stuck in a boot loop. We get to the statup repair and only option is to do CMD. I have tried safe mode, repair and rebuild of the MBR to no avail. Also it cant find C or any OS installed when doing a scanos. Hope this does not mean a rebuild...
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by:Mahesh
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I don't think there is any way apart from reinstalling OS and later on restore data / settings with backup
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Resolved with repair tools...
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Found issue on our own... Had to use a repair tool...
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