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I've been building a new server for Plex the past few weeks.

OS: Windows Server 2019

I managed to migrate my old pool over from my old rig without too much issue. Issue's began to happen when I installed a SAS Card flashed to IT mode in order to be able to get rid of the various external enclosures I ended up having to use before I had the space to fit them internally.

Once I'd figured out how to get Windows to recognise all the drives connected via the SAS card it all seemed to be working as expected. But then Drive Bender started acting strangely. It continually stalled while rebooting, I'd have to restart the process in the 'Server Manager' then one of my drives, unfortunately my largest at 6TB couldn't be located.

Windows Disk management now see's it as RAW, I've run Test Disk 7.2 on it and it can see the Drive Bender  folder structure still there. Can anyone advise on how to repair the drive so I don't loose my data?

Cheers

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On 2/3/2021 at 12:48 PM, tim_brp said:

Windows Disk management now see's it as RAW, I've run Test Disk 7.2 on it and it can see the Drive Bender  folder structure still there. Can anyone advise on how to repair the drive so I don't loose my data?

Have you tried plugging it into a normal SATA port ?

Might be an issue with the SAS Card.
 

On 2/3/2021 at 12:48 PM, tim_brp said:

I've been building a new server for Plex the past few weeks.

Have you tried Emby, it's much better than Plex 😉

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