I've created a three-drive, parity storage space under Windows 10. On an occasional, though not infrequent basis, it reports one of the drives is "disconnected". But the drive is, in fact, connected hardware-wise. The only thing that I've found that corrects this is to shut-down the computer and then start it. A restart does not correct this error. After the shut-down/start-up, it finds the drive and repairs the pool. It has now happened twice since installing Windows 10 just over a week ago. I am wondering if this might be related to one of the drives being connected as a IDE "slave". I don't know why that would matter given there's nothing really different operationally between a slave vs master IDE but it is one thing I've noted. The motherboard supports six SATA2 ports though the BIOS allows for eight IDE connections. Here's how they're currently connected:0 master - Boot SSD drive0 slave - empty1 master - CD/DVD1 slave - Storage SSD drive2 master - Storage SSD drive3 master - Storage SSD drive4 master - not supported by hardware4 slave - not supported by hardwareSpecifications:This is a clean install of Windows 10 x64, 8GB ram, E8400 Core Duo. BIOS is up-to-date.Boot drive is Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250GB.Storage Space is comprised of three Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB set for parity.