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Unable to connect to Logical Disk Manager service

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Unable to connect to Logical Disk Manager service
All Service are started
The server is running very slow
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Question by:lulmer
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by:lulmer
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Rebooted in Safe Mode to try Disk Manager  it will not connect in safe mode
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by:suppsaws
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already checked the hardware, nothing wrong with that?
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by:lulmer
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I have never seen the Disk Manager not open and give you a drive status
This is in the Event Log
The device, \Device\Harddisk0, has a bad block.
Ordered new drive and will replace ASAP   WD 160 Gig SATA
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I rebuilt the SBS 2003 System with the  Repair Option  on a reinstall and that corrected the problem
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