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  1. DrivePool quit duplicating even though there is plenty of space remaining. I have 20 drives comprising a 42.3 TB pool. I have approximately 17 TB of data stored on the pool. Per the attached snapshot of the interface, there are 9.40 TB of duplicated and 12.5 TB unduplicated (and 10.4 GB of Other), even though duplication for the entire pool is selected. I started the duplication process by first going folder by folder, but it quit duplicating with less than half duplicated. I then turned on duplication for the entire pool to see if that would restart the duplicating, but no luck. I have tried manually reinstalling DrivePool following the procedure in Q3017479, but no change. When I ask it to Re-measure, it first goes through the "Checking" process, and then it starts the "Duplicating" process. In this "Duplicating" process, it starts from zero and goes by tenths of a percent all the way to 100% over a period of about 15 minutes, but the amounts shown as duplicated does not change. I have tried everything I could think of, short of reinstalling the OS. Please help!!
  2. I am having the same problem with DrivePool 2.0.0.3XX and FreeFile Sync. At first, I wasn't sure that DP was the problem, but after uninstalling my antivirus and all other processes that might have caused the conflict, DP now appears to be the only suspect causing the conflict. When FFS starts synchronizing, my hard disk led (C: drive only, which is not part of any pool) starts shining a bright and constant red and FFS slows down to a crawl and frequently freezes. The synchronizing in FFS is between 2 separate DP pools and all of the HDs in both pools (30 in total) are mounted to directories on the C: drive. I have had similar problems using DVDFab, although not as severe. I haven't tried an alternative syncing program yet; I am just manually copying in Windows Explorer with no problem.
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