I know it's wierd. Depending on what I am doing, I get several different
errors. If I try to delete a file, I get a message that says the file is no
longer on the drive. Then I get a message saying to run chkdsk because there
is corruption. When I run Chkdsk I get 73% through stage 2 of 3, then after
sitting for a minute, windows pops a screen saying chkdsk has stopped working.
I can't fix it by running chkdsk, and I don't know what tool I can use to
repair the damage. The drives and eSata card are all new. I assumed if I
received an error, it would be a bad drive and I could just replace it.
The failure is not on a system drive. The array is used to store data, not
OS or programs.