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How to Physically Identify a failing Hard Drive in a Pool


Fozzie Bear
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It's been a while since I have posted here which shows how reliable Drive Bender has been for me over the years. However I have just received an alert from the software saying that one of my drives is failing. This is confirmed by windows itself when I log in. Like a lot of people I have a number of drives all from the same manufacturer. and same model.

I know the disk in question is DB3 but apart from the serial number displayed in the disk properties is there any other way of identifying the drive. when shut down that I may have overlooked?

Fozzie

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On 2/7/2021 at 7:57 PM, Fozzie Bear said:

I know the disk in question is DB3 but apart from the serial number displayed in the disk properties is there any other way of identifying the drive. when shut down that I may have overlooked?

From the drive settings in DriveBender, you can PING VOLUME, making the drive's activity light flash so that you can easily identify it.

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