DEll PC Windows 10 Outlook 2007 One user has no items listed in the Sent folder. This incident happened after the local eletric supply blacked us out three times a couple of days ago. The user was in Outlook 2007 and was about to send an email. The email is in the Outbox. The owner has tried to run the Inbox Repair Tool but it can't find the C Drive. The PC has two hard drives set up as a RAID Mirror. Disk Management reports the RAID as Drive E. I tried to change the drive to C: but received …

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I am in a class doing a lab simulation. They are usually very straight forward. But this one, I am left hanging. So either I am really missing something or something went terribly awry. You can only go so wrong with a simulation, though. Set up a RAID 5 using 3 disks using the onboard software. When I try to reboot to Windows, I can't. It won't find Windows. What have I not set up right? Even at the end of the sim, I have done everything it has said, but it still won't boot to Windows. Any ideas? I …

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Hello everyone. I would like to know if there is a factory default configuration for the WD My book world NAS. I am helping a friend that has one of those in their office and the web interface states that the capacity is 1TB but nowhere in the gui did i find anything about the current raid configuration. The only option is to change it. I would like to know if it has 2x1TB disks running raid 1 or 2x500GB disks running raid 0. Nothing found on Western Digital's website or manuals. Thanks in advance!

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Does anyone suggest a way of getting a HP Proliant ML110 first generation server to recognise 2TB SATA hard drives? The spec sheets read it only supports storage up to around 320GB, but would ideally like to get it running without any other expense. The machine is a standard build G1 tower that I’ve bumped up the RAM to 3GB, Windows Server 2008 OS and successfully installed 2x 160GB ATA drives. This is the bit I’m stuck with; I have 2x Western Digital 2TB hard drives (model WD20EADS) that I have plugged in via a PIX SATA controller. They are …

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Hi Everyone I am having a problem with a server that is running windows server 2008. I just started working at a company and we were having a vpn connection issue, however before I even got a chance to look at it one of the guys went in and restarted the server. upon coming back up it asked to go to safe mode due to an incomplete shut down then when it started it kept doing this repetitive beeping from the internal speaker, like beeeeeeeeeep.....beeeeeeeep etc. I did a restart to see what the post had actually said and I …

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After experiencing loss of 2 hard drives, i realize its time to set up raid. First off, I have 2 via 6421 cards that havent been touched in a while. I was looking at the specs and they are "150 mbps" per sata. Is this fast enough? Or slower than just using a normal hard drive setup? Is there any cards that you might suggest? Also, do i need a card for raid? Is it possible to run a raid setup with the 4 sata ports on my pc?! (Emachines ET-1331G-03W) And one last question. I know there are a …

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I'll start by saying I haven't had to work with SCSI in a good 15 years... But, I'm trying to set up a new-ish server for a non-profit client. Hardware is a HP DL-140 (G1) server with an ATTO UL4D SCSI adapter attached to a Rorke Data RS-0800 LVD JBOD. The machine is running a fresh XP Pro SP3 install with the latest ATTO drivers. There are no other SCSI devices, and the only other attached device is the internal IDE HD. As far as I can tell, the drives in the array are unformatted. With the ATTO card in …

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I got 2 new hard drives for my pc which is alreay setup in a raid configuration. since i installed the new drives my system now hangs on boot for about 2 mins. This is the first time i have had a problem like this, but have no idea how to slove this problem. My system is a dell dimension 9200 with 2 * 1tb samsung hard drives in RAID 0 setup.

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There are two kinds of [URL="http://www.disk-recover-data.in/index.htm"]RAID data recovery[/URL]; 1. RAID data recovery software, there are many software. 2. RAID [URL="http://www.disk-recover-data.in/data-equipments.htm"]data recovery hardware[/URL], like [URL="http://www.disk-recover-data.in/data-compass.htm"]Data compass[/URL], any body can tell me which tool is better?

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LSI, three letters that are probably etched on nearly every hard drive controller you've ever owned, as of yesterday emblazon 10 more controllers of [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_Attached_SCSI]SAS[/url], [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_ATA]SATA[/url] and [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solid-state_drive]SSD[/url] storage devices. On Jan. 19, [url=http://lsi.com/]the company[/url] unveiled a series of new RAID controllers and host bus adapters that double the bandwidth to 6GB/s of four of its MegaRAID cards, increase the number of controllable hard drives to 1024, and deliver a sustained read and write performance for applications that require sequential storage such as video streaming and genomic research as seen in [url=http://lsilogic.vo.llnwd.net/o23/6Gb_s_SAS/DNA_Lab_6GSAS_Testimonial_2010.wmv]this LSI promotional video[/url]. Cache is King The LSI …

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Thanks to new firmware (v.1.3) released last Thursday, Dell's Lifecycle Controller now works with system management tools from BMC and Microsoft. Most reports that followed Dell's Thursday announcement focused on the speed and capacity of its EqualLogic storage arrays, not on the software used to manage them. While improvements to 10Gb (from 1Gb) and 768TB (from 540TB) are significant, the [i]real[/i] news in my humble opinion was again in the software. "We now have all the drivers for Dell server hardware right on board," said Anthony Dina, director of solutions marketing at Dell. "You don't have to go to the …

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I have a small business server 2003 machine that I am trying to replace a raid 1 drive. I unplugged the drive I wanted to replace and put another empty drive in it's place. When I had done this previously with a new drive it just added it back into the array. This time I was using a blank drive that was not new and had been previously used in another computer. It had been previously re-formatted in an xp machine and was empty. I had also de-allocated the space before removing from the xp machine. Placing it into the …

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