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PostPosted: Tue Dec 08, 2015 9:04 pm 
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My networkspace2 lite was suddenly not accesible anymore.
I took out the 2Tb hdd and repaired the partitions with ubuntu.
From there i could mount the partitions without any problems.

After that i have installed the hdd back in the nas enclosure.
Have updated the firmware to 2.2.12.2 also.
but still i do not see the myshare and openshare folders anymore.

During the repair in ubuntu i saw my files were on /dev/sda2/shares/1 and /dev/sda2/shares/2
How can i restore the files in it's original location?
Can i create these folders myself in ubuntu or is it better to install the firmware from fvdw from plugout.net?

hope someone can guide me in the right direction.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 09, 2015 8:19 pm 
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I have tried to do a factory reset several times but that is not working either.
(when the LED is solid red, I release the power button and only 1 or 2 seconds it is blinking red. therefore I think it does not even do the factory reset)

The box even do not get an IP-adress anymore from the network...
Very strange.

Any tips what else I can do?

Only thing that is left for me is to format the whole disk and follow the procedure to install firmware on a new disk..


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 10, 2015 12:28 pm 
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Last night I went ahead and installed fvwd-sl-console 5.5 on my windows laptop.

As my NAS only contains the Lacie firmware I followed the first install instructions.
At first attempt it looked like the kernel was updated but when the telnet client tried to connect to the NAS it was timed out. No connection.

After that I have pulled a couple of times the power cord (since powering down with the button did not work; it automatically starts again) and followed the same procedure for loading the kernel but during the U-boot step it can not connect.

The LED on the box while it is powering up is shortly flashing red and blue so I think something else is broken what can not be fixed with the fwvd-sl-console program.

Can anybody tell me what is going on with my disk/NAS?


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 10, 2015 6:28 pm 
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If you used the first install then it asked you to select a standalone kernel. Which one did you select? Could you se in the command window that the kernel was uploaded and the message that the kernel was started?

Ps a blue red flashing means that the bootloader can not find the disk. This can have various reasons, including a dective hdd.

Further support via plugout.net were you also posted this question


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