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I have a NAS (Windows 10) with two data drives E: and F: in drive pool G:. Both drives are 3T, there is plenty of open space. All files on drive E: are duplicated on drive F, about 500G. Note: OS and program files are on drive C: E: died. So, I am ready to replace drive E:, but want to review steps Remove old drive via Drive pool. Add in new drive via Disk Management as E: Add to pool via Drive pool. Copy duplicated files back to new drive E: Configure duplication for E: to F: via Drive pool Is this the correct procedure? Anything else that needs to be done?
Got a damaged disk warning, said approx. 8600 sectors (2tb drive) could not be read. Used dashboard to remove it from pool, picked options to force removal and duplicate later. Would I get a warning if there were files that were not migrated or no message? Thanks