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  1. Then I have no idea. The kernel does see the...

    Then I have no idea.
    The kernel does see the devices, but every access attempt fails. This usually indicates hw problems.
    As the enclosure is obviously ok, then maybe this linux pc has an issue,...
  2. Did you actually write to and read back from the...

    Did you actually write to and read back from the discs under windows?
    If this works, then this excludes cabling and power problems of the enclosure.

    The sleep mode may be addressed by the...
  3. My guess is still with sleep mode or bad cabling...

    My guess is still with sleep mode or bad cabling or insufficient power.

    Maybe there is a tool on the WD site to control sleep mode for your discs.
    It may be something proprietary.
  4. The screenshot is unreadable, use commands and...

    The screenshot is unreadable, use commands and text.
    If hdparm is not installed, do so via

    sudo yum install hdparm
  5. It may be possible, that sdc-sdf are in sleepmode...

    It may be possible, that sdc-sdf are in sleepmode and therefore not accessible.

    try

    hdparm -C /dev/sdc
    hdparm -I /dev/sdc
  6. input/output seems like a hardware error. Are...

    input/output seems like a hardware error.
    Are the discs properly connected and functional?
  7. gpt is no problem for a recent linux distribution...

    gpt is no problem for a recent linux distribution such as redhat 6.3.
    And actually, mbr is the wrong choice for discs >= 2TByte

    Is it correct, that there is no data on these five discs?
    If yes,...
  8. Hi and welcome try parted -l and/or ...

    Hi and welcome

    try

    parted -l
    and/or

    parted -l /dev/sdb
    parted -l /dev/sdc
    parted -l /dev/sdd
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