I am running a Windows 2003 server environment with 2 Seagate Disks (SCSI) that are mirrored. However, the server has failed and I think it may be a problem with one of the disks. The o/s would not load and just kept going round in an eternal loop. I have added a third disk and changed the SCSI id and loaded Windows 2003 on the new disc in order that the server will boot up and i can then see the status of the original two disks. When I go into Computer Manager I can see that the original two disks (now disk1 and disk 2) were dynamic and mirriored but have a status of failed redundancy. Disk 1 is online (errors) while Disk 2 is online. I have ran a diagnostic test on each of the disks using a Seagate Dianostic tool - coming back with no problems. Question:
1. Can i use any other tools to check these disks?
2. Can i "reactivate" the dynamic disks and then remove Disk0 to see will the system boot using the original two disks?