06-14-2011 11:15 AM
06-14-2011 11:21 AM
06-14-2011 06:04 PM
Just registered just so I could say thanks!
Came home from work to find the ominous orange light and the useless error message in NASNavigator. Google was no help and I was getting prepared to have to go buy a new NAS until I found this thread on the forum.
Yeesh, Buffalo! The least you could do is give a proper error message!
Anyway, thanks again!
06-24-2011 10:10 PM
Maybe a new feature in 1.41, but not "implemented correctly".
NasNavigator shows: "I52:An unknown error has occured". First of all, it is not an error, secondly, it is not unknown, and thirdly, looking at the changes, I don't want to upgrade, but NasNavigator keeps bothering me with these popup windows.
06-24-2011 10:15 PM
NasNavigator now showed a dialog box and gave me some options:
- This dialog is not displayed until re-search it again
- This dialog is not displayed until restart it again
Can someone from Buffalo please translate this for me :smileyhappy:
06-29-2011 09:06 AM
I was concerned as well after receiving this cryptic error message on a brand new unit and relieved it was merely a FW update.
Just a note for those updating: Took an hour or so and then my webapp actually hung up on the following message:
Progress: The machine must be restarted to enable the firmware settings. Please wait until the restart process is complete.
After an hour or so of this I was suspicious - had seen the blue progress light flashing during update - obviously normal - and now had been solid blue for a long time after what I assumed to be a restart. Knowing that it normally doesn't take that long I opened a new tab, typed in the IP, and loaded another page with the webapp. This showed the updated firmware version and no mention of updating in progress. NASNav2 also indicated it was on the new FW and the old error message was gone. After calling tech support this AM they confirmed the webapp just wasn't updated after the power reboot, but I was good to go and could close the old tab which was hung up on the restart.
Just so no one else is waiting into perpetuity for something that's done figured worth mentioning.