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  1. grangervoldemort

    Does this exist?

    I have now multiple times mentioned how many drives I have and literally just told you how many drives I need to use outside of my PC's new case. Show me a link that shows unspanned JBOD. Google searching it results in nothing,
  2. grangervoldemort

    Does this exist?

    JBOD is NOT how you described. I have 4 drives but even with 2 drives JBOD does the same thing. It will make Windows see them as one large drive and it will span the data across both drives.
  3. grangervoldemort

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    The word JBOD stands for Just a bunch of drives. ... Unlike raid, JBOD takes a bunch of drives or disks and turns them into one large partition. Also, there is no redundancy offered by JBOD. Thus, the disadvantage is that unlike RAID arrays, the whole JBOD arrays fails if there is a failure of one disk in the array
  4. grangervoldemort

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    I suppose at this rate I might just be better off buying external enclosures for 3.5 drives with power switches on the front and duck taping the lot together and having separate cables run into the PC from them.....
  5. grangervoldemort

    Does this exist?

    Isn't JBOD where it spans the data across all the drives? All drives are seen as one drive, so should a drive fail... bye bye data? Please read my OP and other posts to see what it is I am looking for. Thanks
  6. grangervoldemort

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  7. grangervoldemort

    Does this exist?

    If the NAS drive is connected to a router it requires the internet to be accessed from anywhere in the world. Anywhere in the world means the internet.
  8. grangervoldemort

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    I couldn't care less about elaborate setups. I have a life to live. I prefer to spend my time eating good food, having sex and enjoying my life. Not sitting at a PC thinking of the next elaborate way to spend my time ... sitting at a desk. Word.
  9. grangervoldemort

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    Yes but I am not going to have another PC to hookup, install and maintain etc just to have access to those drives. That is stupid in my situation. I just need to be able to access the drives. It's very simple and all I needed was a response to my OP; not what the other guy is saying 'Uneducated'.
  10. grangervoldemort

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    'Because this is accessible from anywhere in the world if you know what you are doing' - That is not Local access. That requires the internet. He is talking about attaching the drives to the internet.
  11. grangervoldemort

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    I have no idea what you are talking about. People are complicating this by adding their own desires into what I need. Re-read my first post.
  12. grangervoldemort

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    I do not need to access it from anywhere in the world. You are also going to be VERY limited by the internet connections. My upload speed here is 0.7. Download is 12. Try uploading 120GB video files at 0.7mbps. I didn't ask for any of those extra things you mention. I stated very clearly what it is I need in terms of requirements.
  13. grangervoldemort

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    ... Why could I not find a box that does what I am explaining? My motherboard and case setup with the power switch already let me do this. Didn't cost £2,000.
  14. grangervoldemort

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    The drives wont always be on and in use. Hence why I have the Lian Li power switch (check my sig). So I don't understand how and why it's worth spending money on a crappy old PC to then use that to store and organise files?! What would be even more ideal is a box that lets all 4 drives sit in there with individual power switches on them so I can turn on the drive I need and not all of them,
  15. grangervoldemort

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    Shouldn't I sell the old drives?
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