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No boot device available strike f1 to reboot + 2003 SBS server

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Sounds like your disk is disconnected or crashed.

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SOURCE: Problem rebooting Dell PowerEdge Server 2600

ERROR 02A2: BMC System Error Log (SEL) Full
press F1 to continue or F10 to enter BIOS.
I wait for 2 minutes without doing any thing my server get started normally.
Please help me how to stop this error

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Did you experience a power event? Go to BIOS (F2), and make sure that RAID is Enabled. If RAID got turned off (power event, BIOS reset), then it will give you that message. If RAID is already enabled, then you may need to repair your operating system. If something else happened (drive failures, drives removed, etc.), then the array may be completely gone. Call Data Recovery services if it is critical you retreive the data.

Posted on Aug 14, 2010

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