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  1. Hi Guys, this week i got my first damage error via launchpad notification from my system SSD (Kingston 60GB). There were not much free space on it since months, so i was planning to swap it with a bigger one (WD 240GB) in any case. After file scan there was only one file damaged, which was not important, so i deleted it, run chkdsk /f on it and clone the whole partitions to a newer bigger SSD. Actually everything is working fine but the damage message is still present in launchpad's notification window and the old kingston drive is unplugged lying in the cubboard. I know from o
  2. I just bought this software for my new server build and am really liking it so far, however I seem to have run into an issue with the drive disconnected notification. When I first installed it and was playing around with the drive configuration I wasnt quite sure how I wanted to set things up and I am pretty sure I deleted a volume that was in a current pool and got the notification. I went back a few times and recreated pools, added disks, etc. I eventually removed disks which caused the pool to go away which I am sure is the correct behavior. I have since created the two pools I want for my
  3. At about 3:00 this morning, the StableBit Scanner sent me a warning email: S.M.A.R.T. Failure on 'SERVER' One or more disks are expected to fail within 24 hours:WDC WD2002FAEX-007BA0 ATA Device But when I log into the dashboard now and click that drive, all I see is: "The on-disk S.M.A.R.T. check is not predicting imminent disk failure. There is no indication that the drive is experiencing a mechanical problem." I don't have another of that drive in the system, so I know I am clicking on the right disk! I downloaded "Home Server SMART 2013" and ran the disk's short test; it c
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