On Disk 0, right-click 3.81 GB Unallocated disk space.
Click Create Volume.
On the Welcome to the Create Volume wizard page, click Next.
On the Select Volume Type page, click Mirrored volume.
On the Select Disks page, under All available dynamic disks, click Disk 1, and then click Add.
Under Size, in the For all selected disks box, type 100 and then click Next.
On the Assign a Drive Letter or Path page, in the Assign a drive letter list, leave the selection as I, and then click Next.
On the Format Volume page, type mirror set in the Volume label text box and then click Next.
On the Completing the Create Volume wizard page, click Finish.
Windows 2000 formats and synchronizes the mirrored volume. When the process is complete, the volume appears as Healthy. The mirrored volume is now ready for use. If the mirror set does not appear
in the Explorer Window and you are not able to access it from the command prompt, log off and then log on again and it should become available to you. This completes the simulation. Click the