Everything posted by Hadriel
My setup might be different. But when I run chkdsk it just tells me: C:\Users\Administrator>chkdsk /f E: The type of the file system is NTFS. Unable to determine volume version and state. CHKDSK aborted. I also have my cloud drives pooled and if I tried to run CHKDSK on the pooled drive it said the partition is RAW and aborted. Even though the drivepool is reporting as NTFS in disk management. I have submitted a couple questions to support to find out what I am doing wrong.
Hello, this happened to me as well. I use Windows 10 and it happened after a Windows 10 update. The computer would reboot and then get an error. The ones that mounted were in RAW. CHKDSK did not fix my issues, so I would be curious to know what you did specifically. I ended up having to destroy the volumes and recreate. Lost about 90TB of data in the cloud and I am restoring from backups. Was a massive pain.