Suddenly a few days ago, when restarting my computer it got stuck in windows automatic disc repair (drive O: that is my drivepool drive).
I have 9 hard-drives connected to my drivepool, with about 25TB total discspace in my pool. My C:\ drive (SSD disc), and my D:\ drive (that contains progamfiles and personal stuff) is NOT connected to the pool. I run windows 8.1 that is updated in every way, and F-Secure Internet Protection as antivirus (no Avast issues )
Why in the world windows is trying to repair my "virtual" (drivepool) disc is beond my understandings, but if I have to wait for windows to scan and repair the intire pool, I won't be able to use my computer until summer 2015 I belive, going trough 25TB in Windows-snail-speed.
So the big question is: How can I bypass the windows repair when I try to start my computer? I have gone through my bios, and all is good there (my SSD disc is 1. priority). I have also tried various tools under the F8 menu after the bios has started, but after trying the moast of the options there I still get the disc repair 0-1-2-3-4....% completed.
Any help would be highly appreticated