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How do I rebuild the RAID 1 setting if the status is degraded?

To rebuild the RAID 1 setting, you will have to run the G-RAID Studio Configurator. If you are in a degraded status the Rebuild button will be enabled.  Please ensure that you select the drive that has the RAID 1 content that you would like to mirror to the other drive. Warning: Selecting the incorrect drive may mirror the incorrect data. Once you have verified that, click on the Rebuild button.

 


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