Hello, I'm having issues with a G-Raid drive on El Capitan and any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Here's what happened: I have a new 5K iMac with a new 8TB G-Raid Thunderbolt external drive (two 4TB drives in raid 0). I was in the process of erasing the drive through Disk Utility and lost power half way through When I booted the computer again, it said the G-Raid was unmountable. Eventually (and I wish I remember how but I don't) I was able to get the two separate 4TB drives to become visible again but the raid was lost. After some Googling, I read that El Capitan has done away with the simple raid options in Disk Utility so I resorted to Terminal and used this line: Code: diskutil appleRAID create stripe G-RAID JHFS+ disk1 disk2 Voila, my 8TB raid was back but there are a couple concerns I have: When I start Disk Utility now, I see a couple HGST drives, a few Untitled drives, and then my G-RAID I created. The number of drives looks odd. Furthermore, when I select the first Untitled drive, Disk Utility just says "Loading Disks" and never changes (screenshot below). I have a sinking feeling that something still is not right. I also lost my Thunderbolt G-Raid icon and just see the plain icon on the desktop now. Again, not sure if there were more steps I needed to take in restoring this drive to factory specs. I did contact G-Tech directly and they were not exactly helpful (they told me to find an older Mac with previous Disk Utility version and create a new raid). My main question is did I permanently screw something up with this drive and is it fixable? Thanks for your time.