SBS 2008 server fails to boot with an error: 0xc000000e after a successfull recovery with SDR

Article:TECH205322  |  Created: 2013-04-21  |  Updated: 2013-04-21  |  Article URL
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SBS 2008 server fails to boot with an error: 0xc000000e after a successfull recovery with Simlified Disaster Recovery (SDR)


The selected entry could not be loaded because the application is missing or corrupt "\windows\system32\winload.exe". 0xc000000e


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SDR: After a successful restore of SBS 2008 server it doesn’t boot up

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