Disk Mangement in Window 2003 Server ?

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Array
HP ProLiant DL380
RAID
RAID configuration
Windows Server 2003
Hello someone!!!

I have an HP Proliant DL380 G6 Special Server, I configure Array A. and B. On Array A, I have RAID 1 Configure with 2 146 HDD and on Array B. configure raid 5 with 3 146 HDD SAS. RAID went well but RAID give me an Information and error code of 786 which i did not mind and went ahead with installing the Window 2003 E.Edition of 64 bit. After i decide to see the driver in my computer, i saw only C: which is the primary partion and D: which is for the CD-ROM. RAID 5 could not been seeing. I wen to computer management to formatt and change the drive letter there isn't any option for that. I am only able to change the drive letter of the CD-ROM. I want to formatt the unallocated space and make it a Seprate Drive for File so i can see it physically. Can someone give me an idea of what is going on?



Software/Hardware used:
HP Proliant DL380 G6 Series Serv with WIN OS 2003
ASKED: November 26, 2009  12:16 PM
UPDATED: December 14, 2009  8:10 PM

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Install the HP array management software, and make sure that both arrays were configured. One of the array’s may not have been built correctly (hence the error code).
You are only seeing the internal drive at this point.
In windows disk manager, are you seeing unallocated disks at all?

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