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activate dynamic disks at startup?

 
 
Trekster
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      02-06-2006
I have Windows XP and two dynamic disks. When Windows boots up, the disks
are offline and I have to go into Computer Management and activate them. Any
Ideas on how to have them activate at startup?

Thanks!

Trekster


 
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