Drive appeared after system disk changed to dynamic + software mir


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Guest

I have a Windows 2000 Advanced server that I have converted the C:\ SYSTEM
partition to a Dynamic disk and mirrored the drive. Initially after doing
this the SYSTEM partition changed to F:\, but after another reboot changed
back to C:\ , but the F:\ drive stayed. I can open C:\ and it is marked as
SYSTEM - everything appears normal here. What's odd is I can also open F:\
and it shows the contents of the C:\, almost like it is a pointer. Does
anyone know why this happened, if it will hurt anything and possibly a safe
way to remove the F:\?
 
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Dave Patrick

These articles may help. There is now a v2 of the rollup but WU won't
suggest it if v1 is installed.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/832219/
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/891861
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...CF-8850-4531-B52B-BF28B324C662&displaylang=en



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Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup.
Microsoft Certified Professional
Microsoft MVP [Windows]
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|I have a Windows 2000 Advanced server that I have converted the C:\ SYSTEM
| partition to a Dynamic disk and mirrored the drive. Initially after doing
| this the SYSTEM partition changed to F:\, but after another reboot changed
| back to C:\ , but the F:\ drive stayed. I can open C:\ and it is marked
as
| SYSTEM - everything appears normal here. What's odd is I can also open
F:\
| and it shows the contents of the C:\, almost like it is a pointer. Does
| anyone know why this happened, if it will hurt anything and possibly a
safe
| way to remove the F:\?
 
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