Redundant array of independent disks forum Tags: Hard Drives NAS / RAID SCSI Storage Last response: September 6, 2010 4:45 AM in Storage Share Anonymous a b G Storage September 6, 2010 1:32:17 AM Hello, Actually, i using RAID 5, if one of the SCSI drive give to supplier. Is it risky? Supplier can read the drive by single drive itself? Kindly advise. Thanks Danny More about : redundant array independent disks forum blackmancer a b G Storage September 6, 2010 4:45:15 AM No, if your HDD is dead, send it to the supplier for a replacement. They won't be reading your data unless they be uberhakz0r. I'm sure they'd need the other drives anyway and unless your harbouring something illegal you have nothing to worry about. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Can a NAS support 3 independent disks? Forum Third independent hard drive with an existing raid 1 array Forum SolvedWindows 8.1 and allocation of raid 0 3 1TB disks array. Forum Adding hard drives independent of a raid array Forum SolvedCan I mix HP SAS disks with varying firmware versions in an array? Forum Mutiple Independent Hard Disks Forum SolvedRAID 0 Array in BIOS vs Disk Management Forum Home Server used for data backups: RAID 5 or disks mounted independently of each other Forum SolvedPlease HELP: 3 disk RAID 0 array issue Forum VIA RAID Tool - 2 independent arrays Forum Solved4 disk RAID 0 array, one disk "fell out" of array after upgrade to Win8 Forum Raid array disk failure recovery! Forum SolvedWin7 System no longer booting from 2 disk RAID0 array. Forum SolvedUnallocated disk with cyclic redundancy check Forum Cn the drives of a mirrored raid array be used independantly? Forum RAID 1 Independent Disk Forum How to Upgrade Raid 5 array with larger hard disks Forum SCSI RAID array forum Forum Number of disks in a software RAID-5 array Forum SolvedHow set up raid 1 array with data already on one disk Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !