1810 Hardware 0 fault Clean

I have a Dell Poweredge T310 that has an orange  message saying "1810 hardware 0 fault xxxxx & clean".   Does this mean one of the drives is dead?   Without rebooting the drive, how can I tell what Raid is being run non this server? (This is a new server to me).   It is an exchange server 2003 Small Business Service Pack 2.  
syssolutAsked:
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ShareefHuddleCommented:
Install Dell's OpenManage software
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andyalderCommented:
You sure it says hardware fault rather than hard drive fault?
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syssolutAuthor Commented:
Sorry about that, it says "1810 Hard drive 0 fault"  
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syssolutAuthor Commented:
I do not see Dell OpenMangage software
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sifueditionCommented:
General Support Portal for the T310
http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/driverslist.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&os=WNET&osl=en&SystemID=PWE_T310&catid=-1&impid=-1

OMSA for this system
http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/format.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&deviceid=2331&libid=36&releaseid=R300521&vercnt=4&formatcnt=0&SystemID=PWE_T310&servicetag=&os=LHS64&osl=en&catid=-1&dateid=-1&typeid=-1&formatid=-1&impid=-1&checkFormat=true

Managed Node is the name of the Server Administrator you want on the machine (server) to be managed. From the general portal for that system, under the Systems Management link, there should also be a "Management Station" link. That can be installed on your PC to centrally manage all your servers that have "Managed Node" installed.
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sifueditionCommented:
Clarification:

You do not need both. The Management Station is simply an option for centralized management from a PC, etc. The Managed Node is sufficient to view/manage this information directly from the server.
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syssolutAuthor Commented:
I will download the Dell Open Mange Server software when I get back in that office.  BUt I did look at the drives, they are two identical drives.  ONe is flashing Amber, one is green.   I purchased a new identical drive through Dell.   It seems  as if these are mirrored drives and the amber is defective.  If I put the new one in replacing the amber one, will the green one rebuild the new drive?   Or do I have to do something to make that happen?
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syssolutAuthor Commented:
I installed Dell's open manage software, thanks
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