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The device \Device\Harddisk0\Ft2 that is part of a fault tolerance set has failed and will no longer be used.
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I have received this error after a drive failed in a mirror set.
From a newsgroup post: "You need to run the RAID controller's utilities and see what it says. If
it is RAID5 and there's a downed drive, you are limping along with no resilience at the moment. You need to replace the dead drive ASAP, and then the RAID controller should rebuild the array (once you
introduce the new drive as a spare)."
See ME141702 on how to recover mirroring sets when using IDE devices.
See ME159865 on how to distinguish a physical disk device from an event message.
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