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  1. klp added a topic in Storage   

    Disc D Goes Offline
    Found that I couldn't get to my D disc... 
    Went to ServerManager and Volumes, Discs and can see that the D disc (which contains 2 640Gb and 1 1Tb discs) of total 1Tb is Offline.
    There seems to be 173Gb free space left, it is 91.6% full.
    Tried to set it to Online, but it goes back to Offline directly.
    I have 1 extra disc available, so I want to add this disc to this Storagespace, but it seems that I can only do this when D is Online... Catch 22
    I have a Swedish version of the OS, so I might be using incorrect nomenclature...
    I have an E disc aswell, containing all my movies (5,45Tb), and that disc is unaffected.
    If I just can get the D disc up and running I can move files to the E disc...
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  2. klp added a topic in Shared Folders and Hard Drives   

    All Files On 4X2Tb Discs Are Gone... Please Help
    My WHS 2011 is acting strange…
    I’ve lost ALL data on 4x2Tb discs, simultaneously and I haven’t deleted the files knowingly.
    I have a total of 7 discs in my set up, 3 of these contains the “Serverfolders” within a DriveBender pool.
    The other 4 are separately and outside the pool.
    The first of these have a driveletter H and in the root of this disc I have added 1 folder called Film and under that 4 separate folders (Film1 to Film4).
    Film1 contains the files stored on this disc.
    The 2nd disc is the mounted under the folder Film2, using the Disc Management feature in the Control Panel
    The 3rd is mounted under Film3 and the 4th is mounted under Film4.
    This has been the only I WAY could get my PopCornHour mediaplayer to access all the drives as a “pool” (the network address is then \\Server15\Film)
    I usually access the server via remote desktop or directly via the explorer in my clientcomputers.
    2 days ago I was downloading subtitles for a TV-series and renaming the mkv and srt files to the same names.
    Then I deleted the downloaded zip-files, and when returning to the folder above I saw nothing.
    Absolutely nothing…
    Only the driveletter H was visible
    RDTed into the server and checked, same result…
    Restarted the server, same result…
    Went into Disc management and saw that mounts for Film2 to Film4 was gone L
    Added a drive letter to the Film4 disc and the removed it and put it in an external case and connected it to my client, same result no files and properties say that there is 100% free disc space…
    Started a recovery program, Recuva, and let it check this disc.
    It found most of my files, less than 1.5Gb in size, but every file that is bigger than that (.m2ts) from my copied blurays are stated as impossible to recover.
    Since I haven’t actively deleted any files and since also the mounting points are gone I suspect that there something bigger in play here.
    ANY suggestions are most welcome!
    // Patrik
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  3. klp added a topic in Backup   

    Unable To Restore, Due To Missing Network Driver
    Hi people,
    I'm reluctant to start a new thread for almost the same issues as many others...

    I had a virus attack a few weeks ago and reformatted my extra computer, a HP cd7800 with win XP.
    I have tried to restre the same computer using the Restore CD and I cannot install the NIC driver to it.

    There is no hw error, as I can install the original XP on it and then the HP NIC driver and see the server and the rest of the world...

    No matter how I try to install the NIC driver during the restore phase, either via backed up drivers or the latest or even older HP drivers, it doesn't work.

    Last resort seems to be the WHS X-files disc, but that is not avalable...
    The link https://technocore.homeserver.com/blog/2010/01/xfiles-edition-server-installation-v1-5-5/ doesn't work for me.

    Hope that somone can shar a working method or working link?

    // Patrik
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