07-12-2012 03:06 PM
I´ve being using my NAS 220 for more than a year without any big problems, except that for time to time it dessapeared from my network if I try to access it with windows explorer, but the discovery tool could always find it.
Today I woke up, turned it on and...
1- Both lights are blinking blue (for 8 hours now),
2- I can´t access it how hard I tryied in every possible way (IE, Chrome, windows explorer, discovery tool).
3- The reset button seems to do nothing
4- I hear the HDs "working", then the lights turn off for a few seconds, then I re-starts all over again for a few minutes
Is that an endless loop/boot? I did absolutely nothing with my NAS, didn´t change anything, didin´t install the latest firmware.
It´s absolutely frustrating to trust in a device (I´m using disk mirroring, RAID 1, of course) and it simply bricks from absolutely no reason.
Is there a way I can access the data by directly connecting the HDs into my desktop computer?
07-15-2012 02:13 PM
1- I´ve bought an external HD case
2- connected one of my NAS HDs on it
3- connected on my PC
4- installed a software called Diskinternals Linux reader
Now I´m able to accesss all my files.
I´m gonna backup all my files to a safe storage, format the HDs, build a new PC for backip and that´s it. No more NAS crud, never again.