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  1. I've got a 5-drive array with 13TB of storage (2, 2, 3, 3, 3), all setup as JBOD so Retrospect can see each drive individually. I've not had a problem as long as this config has been running... a little over a year... until today!! I recently ran the latest version of DiskWarrior to confirm directories of the drives were OK. Now when Retrospect starts, it sees my network devices as sources, yet stops and says it's "WAITING FOR MEDIA", even though everything shows up in the Media space from the array. Has anyone else done this with good results? I've got email in to Retrospect tech support as well as Alsoft (DiskWarrior) to see if anything rings a bell with them. I also tried to rebuild a Retrospect directory of one of the media sets and got the same message. Sounds like DiskWarrior has REALLY screwed things up for me. Thanks for ANY input... Running Retrospect 12 Mac MINI 2.6GHz Intel i7 16GB RAM Mac OS 10.10.4