Perc validating devices domain
The reason you see junk is that this RAID controller places metadata starting at physical block #0. Put the disk behind the RAID controller and you will see the data.I cant even get a bootable CD, such as the windows CD recovery CD to boot.
Any assistance on the next best step is appreciated.
go to a command prompt diskpart list vol you should have a 100-350MB system partition that is marked active and then the Operating System Partition that is the remainder of the disk you can now type exit to leave diskpart bootrec /fixmbr /fixboot reboot and see if the system will boot.
if not you may not have a valid bcd store bootrec /rebuildbcd will recreate the bcd store I was able to look at one of the drives in a docking station. The other drive is dead, which i assume has the OS.
She'll teach 12 steps that you can use to optimize your queries as much as possible and see measurable results in your work. If it is the battery, does this mean the raid has been reset, and the data is lost? Here is the S-100 screen shot btw, not that it provides much further information.
Also, any risk at this point by shutting down, and replacing the battery. I was concerned that it only shows 1 physical drive though, as I would think both physical drives should be showing.