Update disks on Windows Server 2003

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Hard disks
HP ProLiant
HP ProLiant servers
Windows Server 2003
We have HP ML 350 and it works properly. We want to update the server disks with 5 disks in each server and we want to replace this disk with new disks without losing the data. What is the solution?
ahmed waqiealaa

Software/Hardware used:
windows server 2003 ,hp porlaint ml 350 G4,G5

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The new HDD should have CD that allows to clone the old drive to the new one. Or use a 3rd party SW like, Norton ghost disk to disk. Here’s a question that could help you: Replace HP Proliant ML disks without losing data.

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  • jinteik
    Can I ask a question? what do you mean when you want to update the server disk? are you using the same size of hdd to update your server or is it at larger capacity hard disk? because from what I know example you are using 3 20gb hdd now, and you want to add new 5 hdd which is 30gb, you will need to reconfigure the RAID again. my next question is what RAID are you using? the best is always to backup your data before you do any migration.
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