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What happens if I have a hard drive failure in RAID 0?

If running the G-RAID in a RAID 0 (performance) setting, you will run the risk of losing your data should one of the hard drives fail.

If you do experience this you will need to create an RMA for both hard drives.

 


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Article ID: 189 Article Created: 05-22-2014 17:40 PMLast Modified: 05-22-2014 17:40 PM

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