RAID 1 broke but HDs OK Tags: NAS / RAID Storage Management Storage Last response: November 1, 2012 12:08 AM in Storage Share ap70 October 31, 2012 11:54:26 PM Hello, I have two 600Gbs drives on Raid 1. I am able to boot from both without any problems C:1 updated but C:2 (mirror) has not been updating/syncing for a long time. Storage Management shows C:2 missing. Not sure how to proceed. Should I break Raid, format C:2 and rebuild it? Thanks a lot! More about : raid broke hds raytseng a b G Storage November 1, 2012 12:08:18 AM test c2 before putting it back in service. Or don't trust C2 at all, and immediately put in another drive to take c2's spot m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Multiple HDs with RAID 1 - Lower Maintenance vs. Efficiency Forum RAID1 with normal SATA HDs Forum Can someone explain how 2 HDs in raid 0 and 1 storage hard drive work Forum Raid config, 4 sata 1 40gb hard drives or 2 sata 2 80 gb hds Forum SolvedSSD & 2 Hard Drives RAID 1, Ok? Forum Solvedi used raid zero and it turned two 3GB hard drives into 2 746.39gb HDs. Forum SolvedMassive trouble with HDs, RAID, Intel Rapid Storage Forum SolvedHitachi HDS721010DLE360 1 TB???? Forum SolvedGIGABYTE H81M S1 vs. ASROCK H81M-HDS Forum 2x 1 TB HDD RAID 0 - Is built in RAID OK? Forum SolvedCan't format former RAID HDs Forum SolvedRAIDed HDs from failed motherboard won't recognize in different system Forum best configuration for 120g ssd and 1tb sata disk and a 2tb external disk setup with a ga-z87-hds gigabyte mother board Forum SolvedBroke 1 Wing Out of 8 of My Back Fan of PC Is It Safe? Forum Upgrading 6 SCSI hds on a perc3/di controller on a Dell pv220s RAID5 Forum SolvedOptimal Configuration for 1 SSD and 2 HDs? Forum SolvedBroke My GPU Slot 1 Lever on my MotherBoard Forum Is RAID 1 with 1 Seagate 7200.7 SATA drive and 1 7200.9 OK? Forum Ok I broke my laptop screen... 'What do I do? Forum SolvedCan I use F3 or F1HE103UJ HDs to add to existing RIAD0 w/ HD103UJ Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !