I am having issues with a client's SBS 2008 server. The Server is a Hyper-V Virtual Machine
This morning, whenever you try to create a new file or folder on the drive you get the error: the disk structure is corrupted and unreadable
You can browse the drive, even open files and delete files but you can't create new ones or save files you've opened
Weirdly, the Exchange Databases reside on this drives and Exchange is running fine
In the event log is the following:
Windows was unable to save all the data for the file \Device\HarddiskVolume1\$Mft
Followed by loads of Event ID 55's asking for a check disk.
There are also logs stating a check disk has been completed, followed minutes later by the above again
Also a couple of users have complained about files they've deleted having come back to their desktops etc (they are roaming profiles) and files missing that were there prior to the weekend
I have managed to copy the data from the drive to another location
I would like to do a check disk but do I need to unmount the Exchange Databases first?
Also, ANY OTHER HELP OR POINTERS WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!!!