Upgrading drive

michaeljc70 Posts: 11  Freshman Member
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edited December 2021 in Personal Cloud Storage
I have a NAS326 with a 4TB drive and a 1.5TB drive setup as Basic drives.  My media is setup on the 4TB and I'd rather not change everything everywhere and mess with that.  I want to replace the 1.5TB drive with a 14TB drive, move the data from the 4TB to it, and then have the 14TB have the same name as the 4TB had (giving the 4TB another name).  Is this possible?  

Edit: To be clear I don't care what the names are...I care about the share names that Windows and other external devices use.

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  • Dexter
    Dexter Posts: 108  Ally Member
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    The disk is not using Raid.
    You can plug the 14TB disk and create a new volume, create a new file under the volume and copy the file to the New disk.

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