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MSExchangeMTA Server wont start Event ID:2152 on Exchange 2003

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Systems Attendant is up and so the Information store is up as well

A fatal database error occurred, the database recovery operation was not successful and manual correction will be required. Details can be found in the file: F:\Exchsrvr\mtadata\.\MTACHECK.OUT\MTACHECK.LOG. Please contact Microsoft Technical Support. [DB Server MAIN BASE 1 14] (16)
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NarendraG earned 500 total points
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Try this
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/169918

Option2

Copy any missing .dat files from the Bootenv folder on the CD to the
Mtadata Database folder.

I'd delete the mtacheck.log that's there now. It might be damaged or
marked as "read-only".
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by:omunoz7000
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Thanks Narendra,
Move out the .dat file and copying from the installation CD worked.. Thank you..
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