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Failed sata Drive


my two drive were setup as mirroring. I would like to replace my 2nd drive as if failed. I do not want to looses my information on my C: drive. My option are 1- destroy the Mirroring relationship. or 2- Choode replacement drive and rebuild.

What should I do?

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Why not run a program like norton ghost or similar and save all data onto Dvd or Usb external drive..

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