Just happened. SO here is my question:
I woke up my computer from “Sleep”, and the following error code was on the screen:
[You have added enough capacity to create a new volume. In order to initialize this new volume, you will need to reboot your Drobo.]
OK, so what does that mean? The Drobo was working fine before I put the system to sleep. I had done the many times before, and the system does after 30 minutes.
Concerned, I left the error message, and did a [Restart]. The system closed, but hung for 30+ minutes saying it was shutting down. I had to press the reset. After the reboot, and a on the C:\ drive the Drobo is read normally. What gives?
We need to resolve these issues. The message SHOULD HAVE along with the verbiage, an error code in the window’s frame. This could then be easily referenced in a grouping of error codes with potential cause & remedies.
System: ASUS P5E, Q9550, 8 gig memory, Windows 7 64 bit - not overclocked.
Drobo: v2 connected via Firewire 800
Any hint would be appreciated.
-= Chris =-