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I have this problem with the Cluster service.I have set up two server with 2 SCSI HDD(Hot Swap).I have format the SCSI HDD to NTFS Format and change it to basic disk.But the Cluster service will prompt me that
"The cluster service did not find any disks on the shared SCSI bus that meet the criteria for clustering.Disk on the cluster storage must be formatted using the NTFS File system and must not be configured as dynamic disks"

You can e-mail me at fadriya@singnet.com.sg for faster response.I will give every single points i have.
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Well, you have to have a dynamic disk for clustered SCSI volumes. Just convert it from basic to dynamic.
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Sorry, my comment is wrong. Dynamic disks ar needed for volumes that span, stripe and mirror. THerefore, diregard my comment. Sorry about that.
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Ok. I think this time I got something:
You have to re-run the wizard that checks for shared disks after reverting to basic. To do that, double-click Cluscfg.exe in the %SystemRoot%\Cluster folder.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q237853
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