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SQLServer 2000 Backup question.

Let us say we have a database where data is stored in filegroup F1 and
Filegroup F2

Backup of this is done on alternate days

Day 1 - Full backup of file group F1 at 10 pm
Day 2 - Full backup of file group F2 at 10 pm
Day 3 - Full backup of file group F1 at 10 pm
Transaction logs are being backed up every hour.

now on day 4 the hard disk holding data of filegroup f2 crashes at
2=30 pm

I have a question.

If I recover from the back up done on Day2 and apply the transaction
logs to the database which occured after day 2
backup will not the transaction logs contain data which is combined
between File group F1 and F2. and will this not
cause problems ?
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