The disk you inserted was not readable by this computer' on macOS

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Cliff A posted this 4 weeks ago

Any assistance would greatly be appreciated.

Like many of us on here, I too have TB's of info on my PP2 R8 (4gb each bay)

I replaced a busted drive. my 5th or 6th in 4 years on this specific tower. I really don't know if that's good or not. 

But that's besides the point. 

My issue today is that the computer cannot read the disc/disk after the swap.

Most places I searched on suggested that I backup and reboot/restore the drive. 

Two things with that:

1. I don't know how to get into pegasus2 to back it up, could someone help guide me to a step by step on how to do that?

2. Is there another way - a way to possibly override of the notification "The Disk You Inserted Was Not Readable By This Computer"?

Also I opened the promise utility - and all seems fine.

Again, I would be extremely grateful for any help.

 

 

 

Raghuraman Kannan posted this 4 weeks ago

Hi Cliff,

Please click on "Ignore" option on the prompt.

Once that is done, please follow the below steps to start the rebuild on the drive.

- Click on "Physical Drive" list in the Utility and make sure the replacement drive is showing up in the list 

- The status of that drive should be "Unconfigured" 

- If the status is "Passthru", then unlock the Utility and click on settings for that drive and change it to "Unconfigured"

- Confirm the settings .

- Then click on "Background Activities"

- Click on the Start button next to the Rebuild.

- Select the Source drive and the Target drive and Start the process.

- It will take 3-4 hoursto complete the process and you can see the progress in the bottom.

 

Thanks !

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