unbootable volume, stop error 0x7b, software mirror IDE, no physical disk errors
Posted on 2007-03-20
Windows Server 2000 unable to boot to 2 disk mirror dynamic software raid ide drives with stop error: 0x0000007b. No new hardware installed, no suspected boot virus, drives removed and scanned with manf. drive utility and no errors. ran recovery console and chkdsk /r on the boot drive, errors were reported and I believe they were corrected, however there was no conformation. How would I be able to boot to this disk again? If there is no practical way to recover, there is a SCSI controller with 3x drives that contain user profiles and group mapped drive shares that I need to retain share names and share permissions for. Is that information extractable from a foreign disk in a workstation or from the recovery console? Where are the share and share permissions stored?