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  1. I have a hard drive that I suspect is going bad, it would be nice if Drive Bender would allow me to make the drive used for duplicates of files stored on another drive only. That way if the drive did fail, I know I wouldn't lose any data and I would be fine until I swapped in a new drive. You could use this anytime you suspect a drive is going bad, maybe the drive is starting to make some noise, the drive is really old, etc... Maybe even if the drive is the slowest one in the pool you could mark it as use for duplicates only, the duplication copy process would be slower, but future reads
  2. For anyone else who has this problem, here is what I ended up doing. I copied as many files off the failing drive as I could (Ended up being able to copy about 1tb out of 1.5tb, not too bad.) Ran western digital data lifeguard, it detected drive as bad. Created RMA for drive. Write 0's to first/last million sectors of bad drive, (gets rid of file system so the drive no longer shows up) Reinstalled DriveBender, restarted DriveBender detected failed drive Removed the failed drive Luckily I had enough room in the pool without the other disk so I can copy all the data into the poo
  3. I've had a few problems because of a bad drive. First I could not open "My Computer" to show drives, it would appear drive bender was causing it to freeze up. I tried restarting drive bender, but it would not start back. I had to uninstall Drive Bender. Ran chkdsk on all of my drives in the pool, one of them has problems. It found a bunch of index problems and orphaned files. I ran the western digital Data Lifeguard tool, and it won't pass the simple test. I am currently trying to copy all the files off and onto a new drive. My question is, after I copy all the files off of this drive (
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