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Very smart of you to have a backup of your data.
Can you boot the system and access the storage manager with the disks removed? If so, that likely points to an issue with the disks (possibly a 2 drive failure). If you can access the storage manager with the disks removed you'll be placed into the "System Initialization" screen. There you can add your disks one at a time and click Scan after each insertion to detect each disk. Once all disks are inserted you can proceed with initiaiization that will create a new RAID array.
I had the same problem. It kept saying the device is booting. I tried John's solution - removed all drives and tried to start SS4000 w/o any drives. All I got was the yellow warning indicator and no response from the device on any of the NIC's - old IP nor the default ones responded. I also tried the reset button on back of the device, no luck there either. Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance,