Windows 2012 R2 (Hyper VM) does not start

Hello

Turn a Windows 2012 R2 Standard (Hyper V Virtual Machine) and pointed out that one cannot start up.

When connecting to this virtual machine and I observe suite Manager:
==========================

Windows Boot Manager

Windows could not start...

....

.....

File:\Windows\system32\ntoskrnl.exe

status: 0xc0000098

======================

Turn off the virtual machine and start the vm and same message.

Can advise on how to recover?
Unfortunately, I do not have a backup available for this virtual machine image.

Any urgent notice is greatly appreciated that what happens on my production server?

Thank you

RGS
Alan

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