Posted 15 November 2011 - 08:43 AM
At most, your icydock may be faulty. Way too many people have used it successfully for it to be unreliable.
Did you try formatting the drives in the icydock and then reinstall?
Not yet, I wanted to get things stable, safe, re-backed up and usable first. I am fast approaching this now and then I will start investigating the Icydock and drives. It could well be a drive fault, or something caused by my own actions. I will see what I can determine.
WHS 2011:- Homebuild Core i3. Rocket RAID 3 x 2TB Drives RAID 5, 1 x 1TB OS Drive, 1 x 1.5TB Backup Drive, 4Gb Ram.
HTPC 1:- Homebuild Core i3, 4Gb Ram, BD Drive, Win 7, 2 x Hauppauge Win TV Nova S2
HTPC 2:- Asrock Ion 330, XBMC Live (Linux)
WD TV Live HD
Win 7 Laptop, Vista Laptop, iPad V1, iPad V2, iPad Mini