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Network drive rebooted after power outage. instead

Network drive rebooted after power outage, instead of 2x500GB it just shows one disc in the
NAS setup and nothing can be changed.
The drive has 2 WD green 500gb HDD inside and
each one reports 2048GB connected to a linux live CD......any tips?

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You can TRY taking the one out that is not responding and place it as a internal drive and seeing if the computer can find it also a scan disk

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