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Dell 2850 corrupted bios

At bios boot up I'm having an IP2850 corrupted bios that hangs at perc detection

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If you know the two drive that are the OS mirrored drive, remove the failed drive and replace it with the good mirror drive and boot the system. If the drive and the OS is good the system will boot from that drive. You can now mirror this drive with a good disk.

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