We have a degraded (second drive is not recognized at all) RAID 1 array with Windows Server 2008 R2 installed. I'm using CopyWipe from a boot floppy to image the new array. It should be mentioned that we're moving from 500GB to 1TB drives, though direct copy partitions the 1TB to 500GB.
The image process seems to go fine, and the new array boots Windows up to the mouse cursor appearing. However, from there it boot cycles. I've tried using a single, non-member disk and the same problem occurs. Intel Matrix Storage Console 8.8 is installed to monitor the arrays. I've tried doing a system repair which fails with the message
The parameter is incorrect.
Is there something within the image process that prevents the creation of an identical array? What other methods of imaging or repairing the current image can I try?