friken

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  1. It is pretty well toast. The power plug broke off and a couple of the power pins pulled up a layer of the board itself and knocked one of the chips loose on one side. The though did occur to me to try and fix it enough to plug in move data then replace the pcb. I'm not even sure w a lot more circuit/solder skill than I have would be enough to fix it though
  2. Thanks for asking your Microsoft contact. I'm a bit disappointed by the response. I am almost certain the reason is because whatever storage space uses to ID a drive has changed with the new hard drive main board. I'm not sure if that is a serial#, guid, or what. The pc sees the drive fine, shows it is a raw partition just as it should be, just just doesn't detect it is the same drive anymore. The link he pointed to wasn't really relevant. I know the storage spaces work in a normal scenario of removing and replacing a drive, or unplug replug of same drive.
  3. Hello All, Windows 8: I have 4 drives assigned to a raid1 and a raid0 storage space. A power plug broke off of one of the drives. I ordered an exact replacement hdd pcb for that drive. It spins up, bios sees it, I'm 100% sure no damage was done to the data as the drive was off when the power plug was broken. windows sees it but storage spaces thinks it is a new drive. So spaces is still showing the raid0 offline and raid1 in lowered resiliency mode. I am assuming something on the logic board, maybe hdd serial# or guid or something is now different for the repaired drive. Does anyone know in powershell if there is a way to tell storage spaces that the repaired drive is in fact the one that it thinks is offline? Here is a powershell Get-PhysicalDisk: FriendlyName CanPool OperationalStatus HealthStatus Usage Size ------------ ------- ----------------- ------------ ----- ---- SAMSUNG HD204UI ... False Lost Communication Warning Auto-Select 1.82 TB SAMSUNG HD204UI ... False OK Healthy Auto-Select 1.82 TB PhysicalDisk3 False OK Healthy Auto-Select 55.9 GB PhysicalDisk1 True OK Healthy Auto-Select 1.82 TB HGST HDS5C4040AL... False OK Healthy Auto-Select 3.64 TB HGST HDS5C4040AL... False OK Healthy Auto-Select 3.64 TB PhysicalDisk5 False OK Healthy Auto-Select 1.82 TB ------------------------------------- ------------------------------------- note that this drive: SAMSUNG HD204UI ... False Lost Communication Warning Auto-Select 1.82 TB Now has a new logic board and storage space is showing as: PhysicalDisk1 True OK Healthy Auto-Select 1.82 TB Hopefully someone knows storage spaces better than I do and can point me in the right direction (other than never use it again