Internal Error: Disk group has no valid configuration copies


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Guest

I have a hard disk that is installed in an external USB2.0/Firewire
enclosure, and it used to work fine. However, when I recently plugged it in
and went to reactivate it in Disk Manager, I get the error message "INTERNAL
error - Disk group has no valid configuration copies." Supposedly, I can
correct the LDM pointer somehow. How do I do this?
 
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Dave Patrick

This one might help.

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=294244

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|I have a hard disk that is installed in an external USB2.0/Firewire
| enclosure, and it used to work fine. However, when I recently plugged it
in
| and went to reactivate it in Disk Manager, I get the error message
"INTERNAL
| error - Disk group has no valid configuration copies." Supposedly, I can
| correct the LDM pointer somehow. How do I do this?
 

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