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  1. Surely if I need to do that, it's exactly the same outcome, as either way, the computer needs to be restarted, when that shouldn't be the case? I had x2 duplication turned on for the pool. I have now shucked the disk, and I am attempting to connect it to the system via an external dock (although I am aware that I need to tape the 3rd pin to make it show up, which I need to buy some tape to do).
  2. The first time, I removed the drive by clicking remove in DrivePool, and not stopping the sync. It blue-screened. The second time, I stopped the sync, and removed it in DrivePool. It blue-screened again. I think perhaps the reason my speaker freaked out was because at the time I received the blue screen, I was playing media, and I believe that removing a speaker whilst media is playing makes an awful noise.
  3. I have just bought an 8TB WD Elements, and I have yet to shuck it. I though I would just test it by adding it to my DrivePool, and adding it seemed fine; it added and showed the updated pool capacity in Windows. But when I tried to remove it, my PC blue-screened with an APC_INDEX_MISMATCH error or something like that. I first removed it (accidentally) whilst it was syncing, as I hadn't noticed it was on auto-balance. Then, once I had got over the shock of my speaker freaking out and scaring the crap out of me, I went back to work. Later, I tried removing the disk in DrivePool after ensuri
  4. I wanted to add a new drive to my pool. I could only do this with bit of cable management. So I had to unplug all the drives, including those which were part of the pool. To do this I shut down the computer, did the cable management and started it up again. Now, the drives which are part of the pool no longer show up in BIOS. I tried reseating the power connectors and SATA cables, as well as trying different SATA ports, and nothing. Have I broken something? How can I access my drives again?
  5. I recently heard about StableBit DrivePool as a way to turn multiple volumes into a single volume in File Explorer. I wanted to ask how this was done; is the process that is used closer to a RAID-0 setup, with no redundancy, such that if one drive fails, all the data is lost, or is the setup such that if a drive fails the data on the failed drive isn't lost?
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