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The following came up in a conversation today, and, it appears, that my Google-foo has gone on vacation. The question that was raised was how does CHKDSK handle mirrored drives? Does it just check the active drive, or both the active and passive drive? I am inclined to think that it only checks...
My desktop PC has fallen over. Is it possible to use one of its pair of RAIDed mirrored disks as an additional disk in an other desktop system?
I have two drives that are a hardware mirror. They are scsi and connected to a Windows advanced server 2003. The primary drive died. I tried switching the cable to put the second drive where the first was but no luck. How can I boot? How can I recreate the mirror?