Win XP Pro With Intel Raid 1 Won't Boot
This will load a slimmed down version of XP into memory and run it without messing with your drives. Of the two, the one reporting "error occurred" (port 1) did NOT have the partition. How to look at your Partitions and MBR (even if your computer doesn't boot) If your computer sees the hard drive but still does not boot, we can take a look Ask !
The other option would be to restore the operating system from a backup you made of the Windows partition, assuming you have a backup. If you still get the error at this point, it is probably a serious problem with the drive itself. Seatools corrected some bad sectors on the drive that failed, and now both long and short tests show it as passed. I have twin 250GB drives running as RAID 0. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/322395/raid-1-system-wont-boot-into-win-xp-safe-mode/
jimmysmittyJan 6, 2016, 6:34 PM It does seem like Intels RST is having a fit. Seems like if the disks are equal, I'd have two shots at getting one of them configured and working before I corrupt the contents. Maybe.For the future, though...RAID 1 ain't a backup.
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Sorry for being so specific but I don't want to make matters worse by doing the wrong thing. jimmysmittyJan 5, 2016, 3:24 PM The location of the partition is fine. If not, at least the data's safe. · actions · 2008-Sep-7 12:23 am ·