Note: The screen above shows the case where the HDD mounted in drive
bay 2 has failed.
 Shut down the OS, unplug the power cable from the outlet, and wait for at least one
minute. Then replace the faulty HDD with a new one. (See "5.3.5 Installing and
removing an HDD".)
 When you turn on the equipment, the RAID board automatically detects a new HDD and
starts reconfiguration. Check that the HDD status lamp on the new HDD is flashing.
 The OS starts while reconfiguring the system. The time required for reconfiguration
depends on the applications that run during the reconfiguration. Therefore, do not run a
new application until the reconfiguration is finished.
If you do not want to have the OS start, press the F2 key while a message saying the
system is being initialized is being displayed (during a BIOS memory check) after turning
on the equipment to start the BIOS setup menu.
 When the HDD status lamps go out, reconfiguration is completed.
If the BIOS setup menu is started in step , open the upper menu "Exit", move the
cursor to "Save Changes and Exit", and press Enter. A message "Save configuration and
exit?" is displayed. Press Enter to restart the equipment.
 After reconfiguration is finished, in the Hardware status window, confirm that both
HDDs are healthy and the RAID status is "Optimal".
Hardware status window
Hardware status icon