Raid Drive Upgrade...Help Tags: NAS / RAID Storage Last response: June 23, 2011 12:56 AM in Storage Share dyrnwyn June 23, 2011 12:04:40 AM Greetings, One of the drives in my RAID 1 array failed last night. I purchased the two drives about three years ago. I went online to buy a replacement and there is a newer version of the drive avaizlable. Old New I'd like to get the new one...recreate the RAID (data on the first drive is still in tact which is pretty badass), and then of the other one fails just replace it with the new drive. is that possible? Thanks More about : raid drive upgrade GhislainG a c 82 G Storage June 23, 2011 12:56:13 AM It should work. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources hard drive upgrade-help please Forum SolvedHard drive conflicts RAID Forum SolvedLost hard drive raid when reinstall windows 7 Forum SolvedMirror Single Drive to (R)AID-0/3 Forum SolvedHelp - Cloning RAID0 Boot Drive to 840 Pro Forum Solvedusing raid 0 as boot drive? Forum SolvedWhich drive offers the best reliability and value for 4TB of RAID1 storage? Forum Solved2 SSD RAID + 3 1TB HD can you backup everything on 1 4TB external Hard Drive Forum Solvedmaking image of raid 0 drive using acronis true image software Forum SolvedHow to test a drive in a RAID 0 configuration Forum SolvedRAID 0 with old same drive? Forum SolvedCan Data be accessed from a drive when removed from RAID 0? Forum SolvedFailed Drive in a RAID0 array, how do I get my computer running again? Forum SolvedRaid 1 GA-78LMT-USB3 4 TB drive Forum SolvedMy 2 SSD Drives in raid 0 get lower benchmark scores than a single drive Forum SolvedRAID 10 Volume Failed but only One drive has an error Forum SolvedRAID 0: Hard-Drive Size and Cache Size Forum SolvedDisabling RAID-0 for 3 SSDs working as single boot drive Forum SolvedFormer RAID Hard Drive Not Recognized Forum SolvedFormer Raid 0 Drive Not Seen By Win 7 64 Install Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !