Windows 10: Expanding Windows Storage Spaces
Hi there, I know it's a bit of a late reply; though I've on several occasions increased space sizes and have never experienced any data loss. You simply click the "Change" link for your storage space "Drive V". Then in the "Storage Space Size (maximum)" field you increase this number to match your new higher capacity storage pool. You can even go higher like say 50TB; in case you want to add more storage to the pool later on.
Not the same subject, one involves expanding a storage space, the other in resiliency and columns.
Go to Start/Search and type diskmgmt.msc, right click the diskmgmt results and Run As Administrator. In the lower pane of Disk Management how does it list our drives?
I was performing a removal of an HDD using the storage spaces feature (because it had the yellow exclamation) and the computer then went into sleep/hibernate mode and when I noticed I started the computer back up and then it showed that the Storage...
On my personal file server PC, I have two 1TB drives that are configured in Windows Storage Spaces to be I'm assuming a RAID1 array. Basically my two 1TB drives show up as one 1TB drive. Eventually I am going to replace Windows 10 with Server 2016...
Im running my media pc with storage spaced but 1 of my 500 GB drives failed so time to replace so got a 3tb drive and added it to my pool then left to optimize but 10.8% later the new drive failed :( having 2 drives fail took the whole storage pool...
1.So I had windows 8.1 with storages spaces working fine
2.removed my windows 8.1 HD and put in a new HD installing windows 10
3.On windows 10 storage spaces is great and working fine
4. I noticed that I forgot to back up something on...
I upgraded from W8.1 to W10.
After the upgrade my mirrored volume was 'gone' (created with disk management). Fortunately I was able to restore the data on one of the disks.
I cannot manage to recreate a mirror on Windows 10.
I tried using disk...