Many thanks!!! it is real worked!!!
Sorry for my bad english.
step by step manual
Linux PC (i use debian)
USB pendrive 2Gb formatted FAT32!
New HDD for NAS (i use seagate ST1000DM003)
1. format USB pendrive to FAT32
2. download EZMedia-recovery-188.8.131.5260.zip, and unpack into a usb pedrive with folders: emctools\hm3_images\files.tgz.
3. copy files.tgz to Linux PC at /home/username*/ez
4. unpack files.tgz to /home/username*/ez
Then connect the drive with an adapter to the pc, leaving raw disk and performing these commands in console
(I use direct connection new HDD to Linux PC on sata2 port)
sudo dd if=/home/username*/ez/zImage of=/dev/sdb bs=512 seek=2048
sudo dd if=/home/username*/ez/initrd of=/dev/sdb bs=512 seek=8192
*username - must be changed to your real username, from linux pc
after sending the message complete, remove the disk and connect it to the NAS, with usb pendrive connected.
Press reset button on nas and plug NAS power adapter to outlet and wait!
after ~30-40 sec. on USB pendrive flash led will be active blink and i release reset button
After a few minutes NAS will turn off and leds off.
Now you must remove the USB pendrive and press the power button!
And that's it!warning!
Do not all usb pendrive is worked, i tested:
Silicon power 4gb - dont work
Transcend 8gb - dont work
A-Data 2gb - worked
Confirmed working with a new Seagate 3TB Drive. I used an OpenSuse Live Cd to run the commands.