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Recover data from a mirror disk

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Hello:
I have W2000 Server in a machine with two UW2SCSI hard disks in a RAID 0 or mirroring with Windows2000 Server utility for this.
The system disk has crashed, but in theory both disks have the same information.
How can I start from second disk? Is it possible?

Thanks a lot
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Housenet earned 300 total points
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-Definaly you can boot from the second disk..
-Re-ID the disks... Make disk ID1 be ID0.. Have a 2000 boot diskette handy & boot from what was the mirrored copy.
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by:slang9
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Had the same problem on our NT 4 server. The mirrored disk was never made bootable, so we could only boot from a floppy. Had to do a sys C: to that disk and do a quick reinstall of the OS to the same directory.
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by:farout
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yep
disconnect the sick hd and boot on the w2k cd rom and tix it with the erd options
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by:antesla
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Thanks !!
I have recovered data, but no programs was mirrored before.  So, I recovered data but not programs (doesn't matter).

Thanks and regards

antesla
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by:SysExpert
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Housenet : please take a look at this.  

http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=networkgen&qid=20167615

I'm missing something.....

Thanks !
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