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Call the support desk for problem recoveries

I'm having a problem recovering a mirrored array in Win2k. They are SATA drives and it is a software RAID. The primary drive is dead. Do I edit the boot.ini file as I would with SCSI drives (i.e. rename the SATA driver to ntbootdd.sys, change multi(0) to SCSI(1)? Anyone tried it?
I really hesitate to give advice in such a situation. You should really talk to the support organization of the software RAID solution.

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This was last published in November 2003

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