[RESOLVED] hard to explain the array problem. Please read. Win 10 Pro
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    Resolved [RESOLVED] hard to explain the array problem. Please read. Win 10 Pro

    My array is set up as a 1,2,3 with double redundancies. Hope that is understood. The problem lies on 2 reporting wrong. It reports 4 GB lower than it should be. I have swapped discs but I think that the information is in the registry.

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks...Ash
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    Ram: 32 GB DDR4 2x16GB crucial Crucial CT16G4DFD824A.C16FDD)
    Video: EVGA GTX 1050 Ti (04G-P4-6253)
    Primary drive: 250 GB Crucial CT275MX300SSD1
    Secondary: 1 TB ST1000DM003-1SB102
    PSU: (450 watt unknown I think)

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    I assume you are referring to a RAID array of disks. If that is correct, what drives are you using, and what RAID Controller (or motherboard, if it is an onboard controller) are you using?

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    I got it fixed. It was a the $RECYCLE on d: that I couldn't empty in between and it kept transferring between discs. Phew!! I did not want to pay for that raid card again.. Sorry jdc.
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    Custom Pavilion 690-0013w
    CPU: AMD 2400g
    Ram: 32 GB DDR4 2x16GB crucial Crucial CT16G4DFD824A.C16FDD)
    Video: EVGA GTX 1050 Ti (04G-P4-6253)
    Primary drive: 250 GB Crucial CT275MX300SSD1
    Secondary: 1 TB ST1000DM003-1SB102
    PSU: (450 watt unknown I think)

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    Thanks for the update.

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