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Author Topic: DNS-323 Hard drive failure  (Read 273 times)

2006soundman

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DNS-323 Hard drive failure
« on: October 22, 2018, 03:54:51 AM »

Hi,

I have identified on my DNS-323 with latest firmware that it has a failed drive as the console tells me its always rebuilding.  I know the right drive is suspect.  After marking them both I mounted them on windows with Ext2 Vol Mgr and can see all data on my left drive is OK.  The right drive prompts a Data CRC error and I cant explore the drive after mounting.

Am I safe to format the suspect drive and replace it in the DNS-323 and allow it to auto rebuild OR could there be bad sectors?

cheers
John
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2006soundman

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Re: DNS-323 Hard drive failure
« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2018, 04:19:26 AM »

Also to add I put back my working drive only and powered the NAS back up and the wizard started up to recreate the RAID.  I skipped this and it no longer
presents my share.  When I mount my drive back on windows the data is there.   :-\
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