How the problem occurs :
If you save your Microsoft Excel on a Windows Home Server system, chances are that your file could get corrupted. It is peculiar to the situation where Windows Home Server uses multiple hard drives. Due to a serious bug reported in the file transfer and balancing procedure used in this operating system on multiple hard drives, you may fail to access your Excel file. But there are cases when you have no backup file that you can use. To cope up with such situations, use Excel recovery software to repair your damaged file. When you try to open an Excel file that is stored on Windows Home Server, a function, you may receive errors that the file is corrupted or is located on a server that is currently unavailable while the server is launched .
If you use multiple disks to your Windows Home Server, and then depending on its timing, workload and patterns of use of Excel, the file might be corrupted. It occurs due to implement the shared folders of storage technology, Windows Home Server uses NTFS file system with a system of mini-file-filter driver. Due to a bug in the forwarding mechanism that uses mini-filter driver to redirect I / O between files stored on hard disks and other key, the interaction between NTFS, the cache manager and manager memory is out of synchronization. This ultimately makes a file corrupted and inaccessible.