Why do i have to delete twice from raid drives Tags: NAS / RAID Music Windows 7 Last response: January 30, 2011 10:21 PM in Windows 7 Share martin_30 January 23, 2011 2:07:27 PM have my music on raid drives when i delete a tune i have it return and i have to repeat the delete sometimes if i pick the wrong deleted file i need to delete a third time to get rid of it is there some kind of fix for this? More about : delete raid drives house70 a b $ Windows 7 January 30, 2011 10:21:50 PM What RAID configuration do you use? m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources 64-Bit Raid System, 4 Hard drives have crashed twice Forum Win7 on HD / other OS on 2 other Raid1 HD, should I delete OS on Raid drive? Forum Why am I getting poor 4K read performance? Four SSD RAID-0 drives Forum SolvedRAID-0 with 2 SSDs=Twice the pwerformance? Forum wxp sp3 is twice intall on the same partition how to delete one? Forum SolvedD Drive Twice as Full as C Drive ??? Forum why is Windows Server 2003 only seeing 500mb of 500gb of hard drive space on Dell Poweredge with raid 0. Forum Why cant i delete some photos from hard drive Forum SolvedWhy must I click restart or shutdown twice? Forum SolvedSetting up software RAID 1 on Windows XP Pro without deleting existing drive Forum Why won't Dos see my SATA drives when Raid does? Forum Solvedi want to delete my partition and crwate new one but no delete option shows only format why Forum SolvedHard Drives Raid 0 vs Raid 1 vs Raid 2 Forum I downloaded windows xp twice. How do I delete one? Forum SolvedMD raid 5 kicked out disk: rebuilding needs reboot. why? Forum SolvedBest RAID drives for Dxtory 1080p 60fps Capture? Forum SolvedRAID 0 in different sized drives? Forum SolvedCan I delete the Windows folder from ex-hard drive converted as external HD Forum SolvedHow do I delete everything off a hard drive? Forum SolvedDelete everything on hard drives and reinstall os Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !