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Hi i am running windows 2000 server with exchange 2000 standard on my E drive. My system restarted and ran check disk on this E drive which i ran, when i checked the system event logs found event id 11 with "the driver detected a controller error on \device\harddisk2\dr5" where do i find the logs if any on my server to detect if it is a software or hardware problem?
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            Hi gmollineau    
                  *If your server did not self-restart or BSOD, only logs you may check is eventlogs.
                  *Here is a Microsoft article about your issue
                    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/154690
                 *Run a scheduled chkdsk, run a defragmentation, make sure that you have enough free space, exchange logs may fill HDD, delete exchange logs.
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