Replacing a still-functioning (but ailing) primary drive in WHS
First of all, I love your WHS for Dummies book. A great resource, and written with just the right degree of snark. However, there's one question I have that I don't believe is covered in it, and I couldn't find it here on the forum. If it is here and I missed it, I apologize for the redundancy.
I'm starting to get error messages telling me that the health of one of my disks is Critical, and that it has a high sector error count. "Uncorrectable sectors." "High bad sector count." "High pending sector count." Of course, it would be the system drive. But it's still functional. In the book, you discuss the time-consuming method of replacing a non-functioning primary disk. Is there an easier way to replace one that's still functioning, but on its last legs?
Also, I'm seeing a lot of "file conflicts" errors lately, too. Can those be safely ignored?
Thanks for all you do.