I'm trying to install Windows Server 2008 Small Business Edition using the following hardware:
- Intel S3420GP Motherboard
- 3400 socket XEON CPU
- Samsung DVD Drive
- 2x 250 GB Hard Drives in RAID 1
I booted to the DVD and went through the Windows installation product, entering my product key, choosing a partition, and all that stuff. Everything seemed to go smoothly until the first reboot.
When I rebooted the first time, it came back to the exact same installation screen as if the first installation attempt didn't even happen. I checked the files on the hard drive, and I can see several GB of standard Windows folders, indicating that something was copied over during the first installation attempt.
If I remove the Windows DVD from the drive and reboot, I'm brought to a screen that simply says:
NO BOOTABLE PARTITION FOUND IN TABLE
What might I try to do to resolve this problem?