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As soon as you click the <Next> button, the data on the hardware disk maybe destroyed permanently. So please do confirm your
data, and backup the important data before clicking <Next> button.
This step informs you that you have create an array successfully.
To remove a disk array, you can click on “Remove Array”
in the Operation block. If there are arrays in current system,
you can finish your removing. You can also remove an array by shifting top-left block to device tree, right-clicking the upper-most
level array node and clicking “Remove Array” on the pop-up shortcut menu. Then follow the instructions on the screen to remove
This function is specified for RAID1 (Mirroring) disk array. A Spare disk is a special array disk that will be used to replace the
Source or Mirror disk when one of them meets disk failure. To Add a Spare disk to or Remove Spare from a RAID1 disk array,
you can click “Add/ Remove Spare”
in the Operation block. If there are RAID1 arrays in the current system, the “Add/
Remove Spare” wizard will guide you to finish this operation. You can also shift the top-left block of main application window to
Array View/Tree, select the upper-most level tree node of the RAID 1 array and right click the array node and click “Add/ Remove
Spare” on the pop-up shortcut menu. Then follow the instructions on the screen to add/remove array.
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