Recently I began the task of switching out my 2TB drives for some 4TB drives. In the process, something went wrong, I am not sure what. Transfers to the pool would freeze, lock up my system, I unfortunately had to do some force shutdowns. Windows then seemed to have trouble fully accessing the drives - I could not do a dskchk as "another process had control of them" (or something of this nature).
I struggled with this for several days, eventually moved the 4TB drives to a spare system, formatted them, installed Drivepool trial to this sytem, got the pool fully set-up and all data migrated to the pool.
The I fully wiped my main system (reinstalled Windows), moved the 4TB drives back into it (Drivepool not setup yet). Everything working fine, can see the disks, can access the contents in the hidden Poolpart folders etc. Can run CHKDSK on them, no problems.
Now I reinstall Drivepool to this system and I am greeted with this:
I don't know how to safely resolve this warning message. Is it caused by moving disks from one system to another ?
I also am not sure which disk this pertains to. The Drivepool log would seem to indicate it pertains to HarddiskVolume9 with ID ending in 1c7925dd2569
DrivePool.Service.exe Information 0 [CoveFs] Pool found on: \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume9 (pool ID=6a84a3c4-b61d-4959-a7c3-1c7925dd2569) 2018-07-09 16:57:51Z 120647360
DrivePool.Service.exe Warning 0 [FileDuplication] Duplication conflict detected for file '\\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume9\System Volume Information\IndexerVolumeGuid' (file part contents is different) 2018-07-09 16:59:15Z 363768255
However I cannot locate this disk on my system
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