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I have about 3 ESE 474 errors in the Event Viewer.  Exchange is mounting okay.  I'm not sure that running the ESEUTIL is the best approach because I'm concerned about data loss.  Would I be better to create a NEW Storage Group and move the mailboxes?  If so, what is the best way to create the new storage group?
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Hi,

Event ID 474 error indicates a possible hardware or firmware problem in the hard-disk subsystem on the Exchange server. This failure has caused physical damage to the Exchange database.
To correct this issue, move the user mailboxes to a second Exchange server, diagnose and fix the hardware-related issues on the first server, restore the Exchange database from a backup, and then move the user mailboxes back to the first Exchange server.

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/support/ee/transform.aspx?ProdName=Exchange&ProdVer=8.0&EvtID=474&EvtSrc=ESE&LCID=1033
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There was hard drive corruption but the hard drive was replaced.  i restored from backup bur the backup Exchange database has some corruption left over which is why I need to repair or move the mailboxes to  a new store.
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