You have 3 possibilities:
- The box is dead.
- The disk is dead.
- The content of the disk is damaged
I suggest you to try the standalone kernel from plugout.net to check 1 and 2. This kernel can be injected over network before the box boots, and so isn't dependent on any disk (contents).
What do you mean by "with their respective recovery image restored
Thanks for answering. My English is null so I make use of translators. I meant to restore to another hard disk with a drop image internet. Only with that image that not the NAS is turned off. Also clone the original to use the same image but then it is the same hard drive, turns off nothing more start. I'll plugout.net to see if I can revive the device. You have to hand direct links to what can help me?
Greetings and thank you very much!