I have a 2 identical disk storage space that I hadn't used in a while. Yesterday when I plugged them in, it was showing a warning on one disk (no details, just the warning icon). So, I figured I could just remove that disk and re-add it to see if it would sort it self out. However, it just got suspended in removing state. I had also previously tried optimizing the storage space thinking the error would go away. Now I find that the space is stuck on both operations I had left it overnight thinking it would just be trying to move data from the disk being removed to the other. However, the status didn't change after 8+ hrs. I plugged them in to a different machine and the status is the same.
When I try to copy files from the space to another drive, I get this error:
(Disk 2 and 3 are the ones in the Storage Space)
How can I get around this issue?
As suggested by @shawn, ran chkdsk which came up with ended with:
Stage 3: Examining security descriptors ...
Security descriptor verification completed.
556 data files processed.
CHKDSK is verifying Usn Journal...
A disk read error occurredc0e7001c
Insufficient disk space to fix the Usn Journal $J data stream.