Question about Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for PC
IBM AIX (5) Server experienced a Hardware Crash, and I'd like to recover data directly from the hard drives. I moved the SCSI drives to a Windows Server, but they show up as "Unpartitioned Space". Can I somehow "mount" the AIX File System in Windows to recover files, or is there a Windows based utility that will allow me to view and recover files from the AIX drives?
AIX uses a file system that is not supported by Microsoft Windows. Most likely you will need another AIX system to read the file system. I recommend that you contact a hard drive recovery service like Ontrack Data Recovery and get some guidance.
You should remove it from the Windows computer ASAP. Windows has the habit of making changes to any disk it sees and you may lose everything!
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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