2000 server data recovery


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We have a Dell 725n NAS. The event viewed showed a bad sector on drive 3.
Through disk management we did a rebuild on the drive. (raid 5). The drive
rebuilt, the nas restarted and now we get the following error. "stop:
0x0000007b (0x85ccdef0, 0xc0000032, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
Inaccessible_Boot_Device. The system wants us to run chkdsk /f. The nas has
no cd-rom or floppy. We tried the following: last know good, all the safe
modes, debugging and still get the same error. There is a working usb port.
The raid is a software raid. Booting from usb cd-rom with the Windows server
disk didn't work. Tried to reinstall Windows 2000 file server again and the
system still wants to run the chkdsk. Ran the Maxtor tool to scan the drives
all tests pass. How can we get past the chkdsk or recover the data???
 
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Craig said:
We have a Dell 725n NAS. The event viewed showed a bad sector on drive 3.
Through disk management we did a rebuild on the drive. (raid 5). The drive
rebuilt, the nas restarted and now we get the following error. "stop:
0x0000007b (0x85ccdef0, 0xc0000032, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
Inaccessible_Boot_Device. The system wants us to run chkdsk /f. The nas has
no cd-rom or floppy. We tried the following: last know good, all the safe
modes, debugging and still get the same error. There is a working usb port.
The raid is a software raid. Booting from usb cd-rom with the Windows server
disk didn't work. Tried to reinstall Windows 2000 file server again and the
system still wants to run the chkdsk. Ran the Maxtor tool to scan the drives
all tests pass. How can we get past the chkdsk or recover the data???

To recover your data:
- Retrieve it from your most recent backup, or
- Boot the machine with a Bart PE boot CD (www.bootdisk.com),
then check if any of the data can be read and saved to a spare
disk.

To get around the chkdsk problem: Rather than installing Windows
server on top of the existing installation, allow the disk to be
formatted during the installation process.
 

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