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Perfmon error in windows server 2003

Operating system windows 2003 standard edition.

IBM 3650 with raid 1

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  • Jim Strowe May 11, 2010

    what perfmon error, be more specific.

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IBM Server x3400 7975 our Mainboard crashed. How to access Data on Raid ? Does it work with a replaces Mainboard ?


What operating system does it use?

The problem is whether you're using hardware RAID or software RAID.

Hardware RAID will likely require another motherboard to read. Software RAID can be read in any other machine that can run the operating system.

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What the paltform's dirvers you want?I have the Linux drivers of IBM System 3650,including the RAID tools etc.The difference of both server hardware is not too much.Maybe you can use it too.
Here is the drivers of website(in Chinese):
http://www-900.ibm.com/cn/support/download/driver/prosupport?category=13516&docordown=down

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In my IBM X226 server 2 HDD became unavailable in RAID 5 configuration. now I have replaced the hard disks and rebuild process is continuing. 1962 operating system not found error message is being shown...


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Xseries 346 wont boot


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