mdgm wrote:It could be a bad disk or an incompatible one. Testing the drive using the disk manufacturer's tools would be the way to find out if the drive is dead.
Competing NAS offerings also have compatibility lists. Some drives don't work well in RAID arrays. Particularly some WD Green disks which have "green" features. Things like disks putting themselves to sleep and then as a result being considered dead aren't good.
Are you sure you have the v2?
Factory default may take a while but you can monitor the progress in RAIDar
mdgm wrote:What about when you look at what I mentioned using the RAIDar software?
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