Disk Management Snap-In Crashes If You Delete Fault-Tolerant Volume While It Is Still Building

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SYMPTOMS
If you attempt to delete a fault-tolerant volume in the Disk Management snap-in while the volume is still building, the Disk Management snap-in may close unexpectedly (crash) or stop responding (hang).
RESOLUTION
To work around this behavior, restart the Disk Management snap-in. The volume remains intact with no loss of data.
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Article ID: 254104 - Last Review: 10/20/2013 17:22:39 - Revision: 1.1

Microsoft Windows 2000 Server

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