DBF MORE RECENT THAN CONTROL FILES

I have a serveur Windows 2003 with Oracle 10g. Wich is not in production anymore but that we use sometimes to get old data.
The database was initially installed on 3 physical disks C:\ D:\ E:\. But few months ago, we added a phsycal disk H:\ because there was no more space in the other disks.
As in the diusk, on H:\ I have .dbf files (data and index).
The database is in NOARCHIVELOG.
As backup I make an Acronis image disk of C:\ D:\ E\: but not H:\.
I also make a daily datapump of the full database.
The RAID controller of the server crashed and I must reinstall the server on a new machine. I rent a virtual machine to restore the Acronis backup. Disks C:\ D:\ E\: were correctly restored but H:\ was not included oin the image disk.
The H:\ physical disk was in good shape and I connected to the VM.
Now in the restored server, I have all my disks but I cannot start the database because the dbf files on H:\ on more recent than the control files.
I have error message when I start the db:
ORA-01122
ORA-01110
ORA-01207
Is that possible to resynchronize the control files and dbf ?
sbuttyAsked:
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johnsoneSenior Oracle DBACommented:
Most likely the answer is no.

Your only hope would be if there were copies of the redo logs on H:  If there are and they cover the span of time between the image that was restored and the current files, then you should be able to recover using the redo logs.

Also, if the image was taken while the database was open, the files you just put back are pretty useless.

You best hope is going to be to rebuild using the datapump export.

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sbuttyAuthor Commented:
Thanks I will not loose time to try.
johnsoneSenior Oracle DBACommented:
If you were in archive log mode and had archives, you should be able to do it.  But, without that, you cannot force consistency.
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