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MEDION® LifeCloud® P89654 (MD 90224) RAID Drive Failure

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MEDION® LifeCloud® P89654 (MD 90224) RAID Drive Failure

Hello dear members of the MEDION community!

A few days ago I received an e-mail from my NAS P89654 (MD 90224) with the following message:

A failure was detected on your MEDION® LifeCloud® RAID Array.
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Actually only one of the two Toshiba hard drives was detected in the settings. After a reboot, the faulty hard drive will be detected again and during the RAID I recovery process, the faulty hard drive will eventually disappear from the Disk Management and only the working hard drive will be detected.


Before the healthy hard disk also stops working, I wanted to replace the defective hard disk with a new identical Toshiba MD04ACA400.


Before I order and install a new hard disk, is there anything I should consider?

1. doesn't the hard disk need to be formatted to be recognized?

2. how do I recognize in the rack which hard disk is N°1 and which is N°2? According to the LED (second LED is red) the hard disk N°2 should be defective.


Thanks in advance for any help, because I have checked all forums and found no thread which could fit my problem.

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Re: MEDION® LifeCloud® P89654 (MD 90224) RAID Drive Failure

Salut filipe,

 

You'll find below the picture that will allows you to identify the defective HDD regarding the RED led:

 

Identification HDDIdentification HDD

 

 

We recommend you to contact a specialist to replace the defective HDD as we do not ensure the lose of data in that case.

 

 



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Re: MEDION® LifeCloud® P89654 (MD 90224) RAID Drive Failure

Salut filipe,

 

You'll find below the picture that will allows you to identify the defective HDD regarding the RED led:

 

Identification HDDIdentification HDD

 

 

We recommend you to contact a specialist to replace the defective HDD as we do not ensure the lose of data in that case.

 

 



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Re: MEDION® LifeCloud® P89654 (MD 90224) RAID Drive Failure

Thanks a lot Lolopadepo! 😄

 

I managed to swap the defective HDD by a new one and the RAID1 rebuild is being completed thanks to your contribution!

 

Kind regards,

Filipe