02-24-2010 02:26 AM
my LS_WTGL11F have a message that "An error in a RAID Array has been detected. Stored data in this RAID Array can't be recovered because RAID0 disks are damaged. Select ' Delete Array' to remove this Array."
then i click "Change RAID Array"
and a message "
"Remove RAID Array. Data Stored on the target disks will be deleted. This process cannot be cancelled once started. Are you sure want to continue?"
I want to know if i click OK in this messages.....my data will not lost.???
02-24-2010 02:58 AM
on the Disk management:
* RAID settings:
RAID Array name : RAID Array 1
RAID Mode : RAID0
/ Disk 1 : not configured
/ Disk 2 : RAID Array 1 HDP725050GLA360 465.8 GB
02-25-2010 12:06 AM
You really have a couple options for data recovery.
1) Look for some community sites about how to mount Buffalo LS devices on a Linux system, and assuming your drives are salvagable, you might be able to get your data off...maybe :)
2) You can bring your drives to a recovery center. Not cheap, but they'll likely be able to assist.
07-13-2010 04:39 PM
Received a similar error, "An error was detected in the RAID Array 1"
I have not moved the device or made any unnecessary changes. I am running Firmware version 1.12 on a Terastation HD-H1-OTGL/R5 with four 243GB WDC WD2500BB-22RDA0 disk drives. I can still access the web console but I can't get to the network shared UNC path any idea why this error would occur out of the blue?