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  1. Thank you. I've been busy with a few other tasks and hadn't got back to this yet. Good to know this can be done because I've been doing it already..
  2. I have several drives in my pool and there is data that is stored on various drives that is not part of the pool itself but rather in separate folders on the drives. Is this okay or will irreparable damage bestow itself upon me?
  3. I figured it out. I needed to use a Molex to SATA adapter due to the way the drive was initialized. I moved the data using a USB 3 dock then formatted it but it still gave me fits until I remembered reading about this issue. It's all good now and I am up and running on one PC with all drives in the same 40Tb pool..
  4. I'm having an issue with one of my drives. It won't show up in Explorer unless it is in an External USB Drive Dock. In the Drive Pool settings it says it is an External Drive when the drive is in the Dock but it shows as missing yet still states it is an external drive when the drive is connected directly to the system bus. How to get this drive to show when it is connected directly to the MoBo?
  5. What if you want them to be in one pool only after moving them?
  6. Is this still valid with two pools on two separate PC's?
  7. I have two PC's, one an older Windows 7 machine that I am taking out of service. It has a vast collection of drives, 1Tb, 2Tb, 4Tb that are currently very full and are in a StableBit Drive Pool. The other machine is a newly built Windows 10 machine with lots of drive bay space. I am currently taking two 2Tb drives out of the pool on each machine (total 8Tb) to move them to the new computer and put all the data in an 8Tb drive back in the pool. I also have several other drives on the old Windows 7 machine that are still in a pool but do not have much space for removing them. The quest
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