Connecting Hard Drives

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    Truexr

    Thanks for the information.   Your images are not rendering on my browser.  I was also wondering if you might explain how to replace a current drive with a larger drive?

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    Hunter

    @Truexr

    Thanks for pointing that out! We've fixed the images and they should display now.

    Yup! We are working on another article on how to do that. I will update this comment once it has been created :)

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    Alison Christie-Upton

    If the 1st dirve fails, can the backup be plugged straight into the #1 slot and no data lost?

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    Philip Roper

    My second drive worked as a backup (after plugging it in via a powered USB hub because the Monument isn't able to supply power to two hard drives at once), so, following your advice that 'Creating multiple backups is a great idea in case a single hard drive fails in the future', I bought a third hard drive. I had to connect this via SMB plugged into a router on the network. It did connect, but sat at 0% backup for about an hour. Then I noticed it had gone inactive. It is running, but the Monument won't connect to it anymore. When I click the drive in the Hard Drives section of Settings, it says 'An unexpected error occurred. Please try again later.' How do I get the Monument to move past this point? I have tried restarting it several times.

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