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Old 03-21-2006, 10:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Raid 5 Array Rebuild

Ok so we have a server running windows xp professional with a raid 5 array: four sata 1 disks with 250gb per. Recently the server started giving errors that the imagehlp.dll was corrupt on boot up.. that the header checksum did not match the computed checksum.. and the nvraid manager says the array is degraded. We tried to rebuild using the manager and all it does is send us to the previous screen without doing anything (not rebuilding). Is this a common problem and does anyone know a solution?

The system is a sempron proc with 512 mb RAM and the four sata drives. I can get more specific if necessary but I don't currently have the pc in front of me. Any help is appreciated.

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not usually something i do but this is imperative.. bump
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