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Is the G-RAID Studio “hot swappable’?

No, the G-RAID Studio is not hot swappable. Hot swappable allows you to not have to power down the unit to remove a hard drive.  Before removing a hard drive from the G-RAID, you will have to power down the unit.

 


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