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INTERNAL Error - Disk group has no valid configuration copies

INTERNAL Error - Disk group has no valid configuration copies

INTERNAL Error - Disk group has no valid configuration copies

(OP)
What this mean???
PLEASE HELP

RE: INTERNAL Error - Disk group has no valid configuration copies

(OP)
Thanks,
for this article, I havent found it before.
I have all the newest postSP3 fixes, and maybe I really need to find (backup) LDM header-BUT HOW?.
I have tried changes in register,
I have tried connect that disk to W98-it was locked,
I have tried install W2000 to it-it was damaged,
On other board I have found an answer that I must rewrite the table on disk (from other dynamic disk), ....
maybe my next post would be a message of success

RE: INTERNAL Error - Disk group has no valid configuration copies

any luck m8? Im having the same prblems :(

Taz

RE: INTERNAL Error - Disk group has no valid configuration copies

AAT89, AshleyPride, etones:

I reviewed the above article and several others, downloaded several disk utilities from Resource Kit, etc....

The articles list that drive must be TYPE 0x42 in partition table and my drive was.  tried acouple of other things, no luck.  

I had to download and pay for GetBackData for NTFS from runtime.org in order to get all of my data restored.  Utility worked VERY WELL and was worth money.  

Hope this helps and feel free to email me.

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