A. When a stripe set member with parity fails, you don’t receive a warning, and everything continues to work. However, when you start Disk Administrator, you get an indication of the failure on the graphical view of the disk set. The event log will also show the failure. To recreate the stripe set, complete the following steps:
- Replace the faulty disk, and start Windows NT.
- From the Start menu, select Programs, Administrative Tools, then Disk Administrator.
- Select the stripe set you want to repair and an area of unpartioned space on the new physical disk.
- From the Fault Tolerance menu, select Regenerate.