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Logical drive has been disabled due to possible data loss

Our server has the "attempting to boot from hard drive....attempting to boot from cd rom....non system disk or disk error, remove and strike any key when ready" error. when i rebooted it i saw that in the start up it says "logical drive has been disabled due to possible data loss. Press F1 to continued with drive disabled. Press F2 to accept data loss and re-enable logical drive."

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Replace the HDD whose led is blinking in AMBER ( orange ) colour.

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Replace the HDD of the Amber Colour.
That's it

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I don't think one drive failure will not disable the logical drive in Raid 5 concept.
Check the BBWC of the Raid controller.

Posted on Nov 28, 2011

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As of now you can Select "F2" to accept data loss and re-enable logical drive. This Load OS Normally .
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