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Gbyrd

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  1. Well, it just fixed itself lol i have no idea how, i just left it and it seems to be working now.
  2. Alright sent the tickets, and the web logging and troubleshooter. Thanks for the help. Turns out my connection wasn't connected to Google Drive for some reason, after connecting it. All my drives are destroyed except for one, which should not be the case.
  3. Updated to the latest version 1.0.2.963, Google drive, there is not errors shown. Just saying drive cannot be mounted even in technical details there is no error being sent back. Everytime i seem to download an update this happens. Last time it destroyed my drive, I think i am going to stop update altogether.
  4. Recently upgraded my clouddrive and i can't seem to recover or connect to my account anymore. Keep getting the same error of the drive being forced to unmount.
  5. Thanks will give it a shot. Everything seems to be back in working condition!
  6. Just out of curiousity. If i have a disk drive that is hit with disk errors, when i mount it. Windows prompts scan and fix or ignore. How do i go about recovering and fixing this drive. I have an old drive that is currently in that state. And just in case my old drive has that issue i want to know what i am able to fix it and bring it back from the dead.
  7. Yeah i had my 20TB one get torched a while ago. Luckily it was replaceable data, but when the disk gets errors it becomes a massive headache
  8. Delete this, turns out i made a mistake another disk mounted.
  9. Not necessarily, You can just stopped the upload threads and it will stop uploading. Clearing cache alleviates the cached drives space. I have since moved things around to give more space to my cache drives and have it dedicated strictly for those purposes.
  10. So i just left the disk and it eventually fixed itself. It was downloading stuff i disabled upload threads and finally mounted with the correct Drive Letter. If it goes RAW it compeltely breaks. I have had that happen once already and man it destroyed a 20TB drive.
  11. My disk lost its letter drive and now Windows cannot see it. Disk Management still does, and it is asking me to format the disk. I am wondering if this is ok to do, or is my data gone? EDIT: Looks like letting it mount and download some info from the disk fixed the issue. No format necessary
  12. Turns out the cache got filled so it would be constantly uploading the Upload Queue.
  13. I'd say open up your forward to something higher. Like 400 MB, and your cache size should be bigger. Otherwise it will use the drive as a passthrough and its not great. And if you change the minimum download size when mounting a drive to 20MB you should start maxing out your speeds.
  14. Yeah so this was the issue. It is now torching speed. At like 300 Mbps
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