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RAID issue I had a RAID5 drive failed on me and i replaced it. During the replacement a second drive failed and now i am stuck with one of the original drive working, the new drive which has not been rebuild and a second fail drive.

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So what is your problem then?

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3 seconds on, 1 second off

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As a rule of thumb, a raid 5 array can be expanded to include additional drives. This is done during the boot process and then going into your RAID controller setup. You would then go into the RAID configuration and add the new drive to the array. This was the simplified explanation but i think you get the idea.

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Otherwise, you will need to send the disks off to a data recovery service and hope for the best. This is only viable if the data is very valuable as this will be very expensive. Typically more than $1000 just to evaluate and diagnose.

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