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Do I have to keep my computer on while the RAID is building/rebuilding?

Do I have to keep my computer on while the RAID is building/rebuilding?

The G-SPEED eS does require that you keep your computer running while the RAID set is building/rebuilding. This is because the RAID information/data is created by the Host Bus Adapter (HBA) card and the information/data is written to the drives, and therefore requires the computer to be running.


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Article ID: 144 Article Created: 07-30-2013 16:09 PMLast Modified: 09-30-2013 12:27 PM

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