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RAID - Error 0x000000FC Won't Boot


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#1 leachim

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Posted 13 October 2013 - 02:33 PM

Dell with 2 120Gb drives in running XP

I don't know much about RAID but I think it is the Mirror type

Wouldn't boot after 15 Updates apparently. Tried to do a Repair Reinstall, but seem to have a Dell Disc with XP Prof on it and not Home which the sticker says on the computer. Therefore it wouldn't do the repair.

Used a Linux disk to copy over a Restore Point from back in time to the Config folder in System32 - had trouble writing to one disk using this facility

Tried chkdsk /r using another XP setup disk and found no trouble - but which disk is this checking??????

I guess the mirror facility copies the main disk - how do I utilize the RAID facility to mend this darn thing assuming 1 disk might be OK ???

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Posted 13 October 2013 - 02:37 PM

Cant seem to upload jpg files over 100k  ????



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Posted 14 October 2013 - 06:12 PM

Simply reduce them in size via an image editor or Irfanview.

 

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Posted 15 October 2013 - 02:27 PM

It is Intel Raid

Can I revert back to non raid without destroying any data

I have made an image of (what I think is) disk 1

Can't seem to do it with disk 2 as it says it needs to format it when plugged in via usb on another computer (used linux to read directories on it though)

Pressing Cntrl + I brings up the RAID window - not sure what to do next

Can I revert back to non raid using 1 disk without destroying data






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