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  1. As per the title, I did a scan and it came up with a file system damaged error on one of my disks. After a lot of work with chkdsk, I think I've fixed it (or at least chkdsk reports no errors any more), so I'd like to run a file system scan within scanner, but not do a full surface / sector scan if possible (to save time). Is this possible at all, or is the only option just to do the whole lot? TIA.
  2. Hello, I've just received my first "File System Damaged" notification. The notification comes on a WD Red 6TB drive that is part of a 2 drive pool. Its a storage drive not my OS drive. I wanted to ask what the proper next step is because I do not see any sort of remediation function in the UI. Thanks much, D.
  3. I just installed Scanner after setting up FlexRAID and let scanner scan. It is reporting that "StorLib Virtual Storage" has a damaged file system. Is this normal? And does anyone know what the StorLib Virtual Storage is referring to? Thanks for the help.
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