The Redmond-based tech giant also advised against users running the ‘chkdsk’ command on any device affected by this issue.
In a post online, Microsoft explained: “Devices using Storage Spaces might have issues using or accessing their Storage Spaces after updating to Windows 10, version 2004 (the May 2020 Update) and Windows Server, version 2004.
“When using some configurations, partition for Storage Spaces might show as RAW in Disk Manager.”
On the support page for this issue, Microsoft said there is currently no workaround for the issue but they are investigating the problem.
The news comes after multiple reports last week from Windows 10 users on Microsoft’s Feedback Hub about problems they had encountered with Storage Spaces.
These reported issues were highlighted by Windows Latest, with users claiming the glitch had corrupted data.