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Mount error in Exchange Server

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Hello, I have error message on Exchange Server 2007 when try to mount db.
In attach screeshot of my error.
Thanks.

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There's a few reasons why this might happen, can you try this solution first: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925825

If not, can you try moving everything out of the folder where the EDB is except for the EDB file (don't delete, just move) then try and mount the database.
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I have running:
esesutil /mh command
and the result is:

operation completed successfully


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I delete all log files fin but I have the same error message.
In attach screenshot of my folder after log files deleted.

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I sincerely hope you didn't delete, especially when I said to move and specifically said not to delete.
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no I moved log files not deleted !

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in attach error in event viewer.

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can you post the output form eseutil /MH "databasename"
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in attach screenshot the output of eseutil.

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sorry..
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