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I was reinstalling windows like I have done many times. I accidentally deleted one of my drives that is part of a drive pool. When I got windows up and running that drive was no longer available under windows explorer. I went into disk manager where the only option was to "make a new drive" now that drive shows up as empty. I reinstalled stable bit, upon reconstruction of the pool I only have 3 drives in the pool. The forth drive now has no files on it. I am looking for a way to get the pool back. There are 10+ years of pics on this drive so formatting is not an option.    

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On 6/29/2020 at 3:12 AM, mtaffe said:

I was reinstalling windows like I have done many times. I accidentally deleted one of my drives that is part of a drive pool. When I got windows up and running that drive was no longer available under windows explorer. I went into disk manager where the only option was to "make a new drive" now that drive shows up as empty. I reinstalled stable bit, upon reconstruction of the pool I only have 3 drives in the pool. The forth drive now has no files on it. I am looking for a way to get the pool back. There are 10+ years of pics on this drive so formatting is not an option.    

When you say "deleted" the drive, what do you mean exactly? Deleted how, and where?

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