I was able to access the drive and the shared storage manager no problems, until a little while ago, when all of a sudden I couldn’t access anything. I don’t have the Discovery tool, I think that is with the white light version and I have the blue ring version. What I did do was open the box, hooked up the drives to my desktop and they both appeared to be fine. So then I put them back in the case and only plugged one drive in at a time, and then I was able to access all my info but still not the shared storage manager, so I backed everything up at this time. During all of this, I noticed that the Drive A wasn’t working 100%, sometimes it was touch and go. So I figured a faulty drive and went out and bought a new drive.
Since my last post I installed the new drive in slot A, hooked everything up, plugged it in, and the drives seemed to work fine, but I still couldn’t access shared storage manager. Then I did the reset on the back of the unit, and now I can get into the shared storage manager.
But now it seems like I have a new problem. When I went into the Drive Management to format the new drive, I followed the couple of questions it asks you, and then it said this:
“The drive is currently busy. Please stop using all shares and try again.”
And I’m not accessing the drive. Any idea why it would say this or how to stop the drive?
Thanks for the help!