Server 2003 Setting up back..

April 11, 2012 at 05:31:12
Specs: Server 2003, P III / 512 MB
Hello Expertise,

Recently one of our server Crashed and I was unable to boot the server, I diagnose the problem and found that 2x80 GB's HDD (IDE) (80gb + 80gb) got problem. I just send those HDD to data recovery center for importing data,

(This sever we were using as file server (Storing Data of company) and it had lot of shared Folders and files in it. all users using this server to store there data into it.

Config is,

IBM old server, PIII process, 512 MB RAM amd 3 HDD's

1. SCSI - 10 GB - Only W2K3 Operating System .
2. IDE - 80 GB - Shared folders and files
3. IDE - 80 GB - Shared Folders and files

Now I am planning to buy a new 160gb (Enough for our req) IDE HDD to transfer the retrieved data.

My question is, will it work as it was working previously in my old server ?
I will use same SCSI HDD to boot up the OS, and I will connect 160 GB HDD for storing data.

If it works, It will be good for all thing... please suggest if anything....

Thanks in advance.

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April 11, 2012 at 12:54:14
Maybe. We can't say. If you have all the correct windows files on the scsi drive then it should work. The issue may be that you have to fix some stuff with the OS.

Second issue is with programs or file links. Will have to fix that most likely.

A very common task.

Text, talk, drive...CRASH.

Hang up and drive @#$%^^

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