Since the Nimda worm attaches to file, YES, there is a chance either a driver or other support file were prepended with the worm code. If the server is a Compaq device try and access the RAID information in the BIOs during the System boot. IF the Compaq Utilities still show the RAID device and assoicated hard drives, then the equipment is fine and maybe the software drivers are corrupt. It is best to determine if there is a hardware error first, then software.
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