|Re: Replaced harddrive... now performance report is missing, and odd errors occur
Group: microsoft.public.windows.server.sbs · Group Profile
Author: Rene Brehmer Date: Feb 28, 2008 02:18
On Wed, 27 Feb 2008 13:43:42 -0700, Al Williams wrote:
> Tha low disk message is usually due to not properly removing the old USB
> drive from the system - did you just yank the cable? It could also be an
> artifact of the old drive getting full.
> As far as the missing perf report goes I doubt it is related, sometimes they
> just need to be reset. You can check the report task in scheduled tasks
> control panel for an error or just rerun the wizard.
> Also note that a reboot will clear up the first issue and maybe the second.
No, I didn't just yank the cable. I stopped the drive service in the Remove
Hardware dialogue. Waited for the "safe to remove" message, and turned it
off. The error message started appearing as soon as Windows mounted the new
drive to format it.
I'll check on the report wizard first thing in the morning, if the report
is missing again.