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I have a weird problem following the repair of a corrupt disk.

 

When I hover over one of my disks in DrivePool, the little popup shows my disk is RAW even though it is readable. The other details (unduplicated 14.0GB, duplicated 4.01TB, other 472MB, free 531GB) all appear correct.

 

Chkdsk shows the disk is okay and reports the filesystem as NTFS. The pool is working and I can access the files without issue.

 

I'm 99% sure the problem is cosmetic and I just need DrivePool to re-read the disk. Is there a way to do that?

 

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yeah, it's probably an updating issue. It should clear out sooner or later.

 

But worst case, restart the "StableBit DrivePool Service" on the system.  You can do so by running "services.msc" on the system, finding the service and restarting it

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I did try restarting Windows earlier which didn't help. I tried restarting the service just now and that didn't help either.

 

If I change the volume label or mount point, it doesn't reflect that either. That's actually my biggest problem since it appears out of order in the list.  :)

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Okay, odd... very odd.

 

what version of StableBit DrivePool are you using, and what OS are you using? 

 

And if you could, run the StableBit Troubleshooter on the system in question.

http://wiki.covecube.com/StableBit_Troubleshooter

And use "3197" for the Contact ID request. 

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