Replacing the T410 Raid 5 SAS HD showing "predictive failure notification.

I have a server poweredge T410 which has 2 virtual drives, a Raid 1 mirrored VD and a Raid 5 VD (consists of 4 hard disks from 146 GB SAS).  There is no replaceable parts hot.  The physical disk 1:0:5 began to show "next failure (2094 reporting error) in OMSA so I know I need to replace this drive."  Readers that seem to be replaceable hot, but I want to make sure I follow the proper procedure by replacing the drive, that I've never done this before.  Can someone please confirm that the following steps are correct?

In OMSA, I'm going to ' storage '-' virtual disks' -' physical disks ", and on disk 5 (the one with the predicted failure) select"offline"under 'Tasks', and then run hit.  Then, I open the collar and wait for hard drives lights to stop flashing.  Remove the disc 1:0:5 and put in the replacement drive.  Then, in OMSA go to "Storage"-"Virtual disks" and select "Assign/Unassign dedicated Hot Spare" in the menu tasks to the bottom and click on 'run '.  What I read, the reader should automatically start rebuilding at that time and that should be all that it is him, correct?  If I missed anything or whatever it is listed wrong, someone please let me know.  I read in other posts of people getting BSODS and crash there servers because they have missed something and I really want to avoid that.

Also, this swap can and must occur while the server is online, correct?

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What controller RAID do you have?  A BSOD is NOT normal and indicates another problem.

If the drive does not start rebuilding automatically, you need to affect whether a relief to start reconstruction.  If the disk is initially as 'strangers', it first must be CLEARED before that you can assign as a hot spare.

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