Reactivate might exist for the purpose of handling a "hot inserted"Franc said:I don't know, but I would think not. Microsoft's technical articles
aren't really helpful in this regard, though. I like to see what
happens at the bits-and-bytes level, but Microsoft rarely goes that
- Franc Zabkar
span or RAID member. Like plugging a SATA drive into a SATA backplane
with the power on.
If you're cold-booting with all members restored
in a set, it likely puts the mess back online all by itself.
There's no reason for "Reactivate" to delete an MBR. The
only thing that would do that, might be "convert Dynamic to Basic",
complete with its own warning dialogs etc. As a Dynamic to Basic
conversion is going to remove the protective 0x42 value and
allow the MBR to hold regular partition type entries.
"42 Windows 2000 dynamic extended partition marker"