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Strange behaviour of Softraid Lite with the new Monterey (12.6) update

(@spyro70)
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I am noticing some strange behaviour from my lite version of Softraid. I tried to mount a 4TB disk, but although this was visible in the Softraid interface it would not mount. I thought something was corrupt so I made one last attempt by converting the disk back to the Utilty Disk manageable version and now this hard disk is mounted regularly and opens showing all the files.
Another hard disk, however, is reported as corrupt by Softraid. This is a 2TB disk that I use for downloads. The disk is relatively new and until the Monterey update never gave me any problems. How can I tell if this is still Softraid's abnormal behaviour or if the disk really is failing? I don't hear any noises of any kind and the disk is still responsive in opening folders and files...

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Topic starter Posted : 20/09/2022 5:22 am
(@spyro70)
Eminent Member Customer

Adding to the above problems is the fact that I cannot now mount any more hard disks. What's going on? I have a Mac Studio Max with M1 Max cpu.
Thanks

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This post was modified 2 weeks ago 3 times by Spyro70
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Topic starter Posted : 20/09/2022 5:30 am
(@spyro70)
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Topic starter Posted : 20/09/2022 5:43 am
(@spyro70)
Eminent Member Customer

I followed the problems reported by others and reinstalling with permissions solved the problem. However, one must try to understand what happens every time Apple decides to update the operating system. Each time you go crazy trying to figure out where the problems are.
Anyway, thanks always for your support!

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Topic starter Posted : 20/09/2022 11:22 am
(@softraid-support)
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@spyro70 

Since I do not generally see this in our test lab, I suspect this happens to a minority of users. But it is incredibly frustrating. We hope this is addressed in one of Ventura's immediate releases, or soon thereafter!

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Posted : 20/09/2022 11:43 am
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