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Event ID: 426 Source: ESE

<process name> (<process id>) <storage group name> The database engine could not find the file or folder called <path>.
As per Microsoft: "Database files are missing and could not be recovered. The location of log files can change depending on the server configuration. It is highly recommended that the administrator use different storage locations for the log files". See MSEX2K3DB for additional information about this event.
To resolve this issue please try to following steps and see if the issue is resolved after each step:

1. Add "/3GB /USERVA=3030" to the Boot.ini. For more information and detailed steps you can refer to ME823440 and ME810371.

2. Run isinteg to fix the logical errors in database. To do so:

(A) Dismount the database.

(B) At the command prompt run the "isinteg -s servername -fix -test alltests" command against the database that is experiencing the problem. To do so follow these steps:

a. At the command prompt change to the Program Files\Exchsrvr\Bin folder.

b. Type isinteg -s servername -fix -test alltests (where servername is the host name of the Exchange 2000 computer) and then press ENTER.
c. Press the number that corresponds to the storage group name that you want to repair and then press ENTER.
d. Press Y to confirm the selection and then press ENTER.
e. Repeat the isinteg command until the number of database fixes reaches 0 (zero) or does not change.
f. Quit the command prompt.

(C) Start Exchange System Manager and then mount the database.

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