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  1. airjrdn

    Disk Names/Labels

    After a drive failure, I added a couple of new drives to the computer and the pool. The drives were assigned drive letters and "named". Strangely, one showed up initially in the Non-Pooled section of the Disks frame, but with no name or anything. The only indication of it existing was the "+ Add" link on the far right side. The other disk wasn't listed in the Disks frame at all. After trying several renames within Windows Explorer (and subsequently providing the necessary password to appease UAC), the empty name issue was still a problem. Eventually, I just added it to the pool to see
  2. I've gotten this message a few times, and am just curious, when it happens, what should I do? I'm still testing DrivePool out, and I love the concept, but just want to make sure things work the way I expect before purchasing it and "moving to production" with it. So, ignoring for the moment "why" it happens, when it happens, should I reboot, or disconnect/reconnect the drive, or what? Also, when it says "ST2000DM 001-1CH164 SCSI Disk Device (S/N: --------) 34°C - 1.82 TB (Pool: DrivePool (R:\))" is missing, what's the recommended way of me determining which physical disk that is given
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