Server in RAID 1 Array Rebooting continuily

Hi All,
I have a sever SBS2003 Premium that has today started to reboot.  I got a message that a drive in th Raid 1 array may be faulty.  I have started the rebuild of the raid drive during the boot sequence.  Can anyone tell me how long to rebuild the drive.  It is using Raid 1 with 2 scsi 72.6GB drives.

Any help is appreciated.
Colmanr123Asked:
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andrew_aj1Commented:
There are many factors that will go into determineing how long it will take. These factors include the raid card itself and the exact hard drives used. You only have 72GB of data to copy so hopefully it will not take more than a hour or two since it is only raid 1, but I have seen raids take up to a day to rebuild.
I hope this helps out some. Good luck.
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