Can anyone explain why?
I thought with folder duplication on windows was supposed to make sure it had enough space on either drive to hold a copy of everything w/ duplication turned on. Yet when one drive completely died I lost a TON of data.
I suppose that having more drives might be more of a failure point in the mechanical sense, but also might allow more data to be duplicated? What say ye?
My last config was 1TB Seagate (the one that died) and a 1.5TB WD Green. Had around 850Gb free w/ both drives alive.
I picked up a 2GB WD Green to replace the dead Seagate, but am weary and would like to add another 500GB WD that I have kicking around hoping for more "backup" redundancy I guess.
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