On boot in Windows 2003 I have a message "Raid Array Degraded". When I use F10 to go into the RAID utility I see this screen :
After passing through that screen the machine got stuck on reboot so I power-cycled it and this time it shows both 0 and 1 drives as being degraded !
How do I go forward from here ?
It does appear that the machine is not going to boot in its current state. Before I do anything wrt RAID utilties I would prefer to image the drives if that was possible; If I take one of the drives out of the machine; put them in an enclosure and image them to another machine will they be 'good' ?
The answer shown here http://superuser.com/a/121833/77463 says "Unplug the sata/ide cable from 1 of your 2 drives" - that seems a bit vague; does it really mean either of them and it doesn't matter which ?