Hi, just started to use Rock on a NUC, added a USB drive to it, select the drive as library and everything just work great …
Then I realized that a backup must be made. Putting another USB stick to the NUC, made the backup and after that my USB drive can’t be found. I unplugged it and tested if my computer can find it and no problem there. Plugged it back to another port on the NUC but it still can’t be found.
Any suggestions what to do?
Have to check but I think it is NTFS. It was no problems when I installed Rock and plugged in it the first time. No shutting down, I removed my backup-stick and after that the drive was gone. I unplugged it and removed it to another port, shutting down the Rock and started it again. No result.
It has been a frequent issue generally, after RoonOS was updated to build 254 with the better, stricter NTFS driver. Many such cases had gone undetected previously with the older driver (but then may have led to corruption later-on). In one case on the forum, it happened after a power outage that shut down the ROCK - it has a very similar effect to hot-unplugging the disk.
So I’m optimistic in your case as well. If it doesn’t help in this case, at least you ruled something out Good luck