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sudden electricity fuse blew and server not working

Posted on 2016-11-09
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Hello experts,
A remote server in an island went down unexpectedly becase of a fuse blowing up.
Now I am trying to put up the server but all it show is the following attached picture
What can I tell the people there to do ?
its a  win server 2012 R2
Regards
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Question by:rguillermo
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by:Michael Pfister
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Any chance to get the entire screen? There should be a message below the list of disks hopefully saying why it doesn't want to boot..
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by:andyalder
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If it's just stuck there with the blue bar part-way across I would clear down CMOS by switching maintenance switch 6 and try powering it on again. (it'll clear CMOS then tell you to turn it off and switch switch 6 back again)
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Mohammed Khawaja earned 250 total points
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My guess is that the issue is with the RAID card.  Have you tried booting to the BIOS?  Have you tried removing the RAID card and then try booting?
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by:Senior IT System Engineer
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Wha about removing all of the hard drive and then try to boot it up ?

what is the result ?
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by:rguillermo
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Hello Exper
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by:rguillermo
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thnak you Experts!
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