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Windows Home Server DOS\Alureon.A (Headless)

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My StorageWorks x510 (Specs) (running Windows Home Server) won't boot anymore. I've tried a server recovery without any luck. After that I tried connecting my drives one after another to my desktop. When I attached the OS-drive Windows Security Essentials discovered a DOS\Alureon.A trojan and wasn't able to remove it. If I were to post logs here (as your guide tells me to) how should I do this? Is it ok if my drive is attached to my desktop computer?

From what I've read the way to remove the DOS\Alureon.A trojan is to boot into Windows Recovery and fix the boot section from there, but how can I do this with a headless installation?

Thanks in advance!

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