How to tell which hard disk the \Device\Harddisk18 refers to?

We have a Win2012R2 with a Spaces Storage of 16 hard dives (RAID0 via Dell Perk 6i). The Spaces Storage is a backup storage. Recently our backup failed on some backups due to corrupted backup files so I got in the event log and found there are some Event 51 warnings:

An error was detected on device  \Device\Harddisk18\DR95 during a paging operation.

Since all the warnings point to the single harddisk18 I tend to believe the harddisk18 is likely with issues. But the problem is, which disk is Harddisk18 ? And there is no disk error message somewhere else. Can you help please?
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Zaheer IqbalTechnical Assurance & ImplementationCommented:
CastlewoodAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the info. Though the article seems to be pretty old so not very accurate to Win2012R2 environment. I found a post in another forum 

that mentioned using WinObj.exe to locate the Harddisk# but the problem is, I couldn't find Harddisk18. Does anyone know why?
Gerald ConnollyCommented:
From the same article did this Powershell command not do the trick?

Get-PhysicalDisk | select deviceid,friendlyname,serialnumber,size | sort -Property deviceid

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Lawrence TsePrinciple ConsultantCommented:
Does it mean "Storage Space"?  In server manager you can instruct a particular HDD to blink the indicator light:
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