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2008r2 System Recovery

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I am trying to do a system state recovery test on my Server 2008r2 installation. It has 2 identical 500gb sata drives setup as a RAID 1 mirror configuration. I have created a system state backup on a NAS installed on my Domain which completed fine. During the recovery process the option of selecting the OS to repair / recover was just showing an empty dialogue box and the only options to proceed was a dialogue asking for Disk drive drivers – I thought it may be a controller issue (but both drives where showing in BIOS and POST). If I just ignore the request and click on the next button i get the error message "The system cannot find the file 0x80070002" There are only 2 profiles on the Server - Local Admin & User with admin rights
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