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Storage / Cannot access NAS shares on macOS
« Last post by mrp777 on June 09, 2017, 10:34:16 am »
My Linkstation NAS has been working successfully for many years. Recently, I am unable to connect to it. The device shows up on my network and is assigned an IP address. However, I cannot connect to the drive. It does not show up in NAS Navigator 2 either. I've tried connecting using cifs://NameOfShare, smb://NameOfShare; smb://IP address, but nothing works.

macOS Sierra 10.12.5
Model LS-V1.0TL
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Solved Storage Threads / Re: Cannot access NAS on macOS
« Last post by mrp777 on June 09, 2017, 10:32:19 am »
I just realized I mistakenly posted this in the "Solved" thread. I am going to repost in the "Storage" thread.
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Solved Storage Threads / Re: Cannot access NAS on macOS
« Last post by mrp777 on June 09, 2017, 10:26:38 am »
Model #LS-V1.0TL

I cannot see the GUI using NAS Navigator2 (if that's what you meant). I can only see that the device is on my network with an assigned IP address.
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Storage / Re: Linkstation 220 Failed
« Last post by badgerdata on June 09, 2017, 08:48:01 am »
E07 in the manual says firmware failure but I've read elsewhere that 7 flashes means bad ram, bad nic or hdd controller failure.

If the drives are mirrored then I don't understand why there would be data loss if one of the drives is still good.

Is there any way to pull the good drive and connect it to a usb-sata adapter and pull the data off?
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Storage / Re: Linkstation 220 Failed
« Last post by davo on June 09, 2017, 07:08:21 am »
E07, not I07.

Recovery needs to be reinstalled, it will result in data loss.
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Storage / Re: Linkstation 220 Failed
« Last post by MiG174 on June 09, 2017, 06:46:15 am »
Disks can not be swapped between themselves, only a replacement to another blank disk.

You have error I07, read manual
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Storage / Linkstation 220 Failed
« Last post by badgerdata on June 09, 2017, 06:00:12 am »
I have a linkstation 220 - mirrored raid.  I think the primary drive went bad because I hear clicking when I start it up.

When it is turned on, the LED blinks 7 times.  The unit does not show up in NAS Navigator at all.

Can I just move Drive 2 into the Drive 1 spot and boot because they are mirrored?

Can I pull the data off the drive using usb-sata adapter or could that corrupt the drive?
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Storage / Time to erase LinkStation
« Last post by Clive-D on June 09, 2017, 01:55:07 am »
I've seen other posts on this topic, but I have a LinkStation 6TB (2x3TB) and thought I'd freshen it up as it has not data on it and was not staying connected.
1/4 took nearly 20 hours, I came down this morning and 2/4 is set for 1592 mins - 26.5 hrs, 3.8% done.

This is a complete joke, nearly five days to reformat a drive.

If I shut down I assume I won't be able to reformat it? I'm going away at the weekend, do I have to leave my machine on whilst out?

Nightmare. Anyone want to buy it? I really don't get on with the interface!
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Storage / Re: USB backup
« Last post by MobyUK on June 09, 2017, 01:51:22 am »
Deleted and recreated. The USB drive is the target.
Still the same, stuck on "Standing by".
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You've gotten good use out of that LS-V :-)

I believe it can create an NFS share, which windows should be able to read.

schajx : Do you have nas navigator installed? What does it show?
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