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How do I remove a drive module in my G-RAID Gen 7?

To remove the drive, you will need to push the front panel of the G-RAID Gen 7 to unlock it. With the front panel open, select the drive in question and depress the gray “G” button. This will release the drive module gate allowing you to swing the gate open to then pull the drive module from the bay.

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Article ID: 179 Article Created: 05-20-2014 17:23 PMLast Modified: 05-20-2014 19:14 PM

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