How to repair a Windows 2Kpro was previous a mirrored drive
Posted on 2006-04-03
I have a Windows 2000 Pro on a Gateway computer with two mirrored SATA 160 GB drives. It failed to boot so I booted it with one drive and it booted ok. I then connected back the faulty drive and it stopped booting. I then removed the good drive and connected it to another computer with Win XP as a second SATA drive. The WinXP recognized the drive and automatically ran chkdsk and other utilities and deleted all indexes which I guess belonged to the mirror configuration. I can now see all the data on the two partitions on the drive. I put back the drive in the original computer but it still does not boot. I need to boot the machine to be able to run an application on so that I can archive and export critical data on the drive which can only be done thru the application.
The error I am getting is Stop 0x0000007B (0xEB41B848, 0xC000034,0x000000)
Inaccessible boot device.