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  1. Boot Your nas with linux bootable (ubuntu or whatever) and get the vid and pid and match it in the excel sheet with the dsm you want to use.
  2. only 1 of the nics will work cause of driver compatibility
  3. Hey All, Just returned this board. Great Board but it has the I 219V nic please get a linux bootable and confirm the VID and PID of your nic. If it is not on this list it will not work. Newer device ID's of this nic stop it from being recognized (cause it does not match the driver id for it) if you use the search bar in the forums it has been covered in detail. If you do not know how to get the VID and PID of your nic you are going to take a flash drive google how to make a linux bootable whether it be mint or ubuntu. Take all your drives out boot into the linux bootable, open terminal run sudo -i to get elevated priveleges. Then run lspci -k confirm the VID and PID of your nic and find it on the excel sheet for the dsm version you are using using the link below , if you confirm it matches on the spreadsheet, remake your loader/settings and test with 1 junk hdd installed (avoid using your active setup unless its a new setup). Test with junk setup until you see nic if you cannot see nic or connect to find.synology.com your nic is more than likely unsupported. Next steps is getting a supported nic from the confirmed list and you should be good.
  4. get linux bootable, boot into linux, open terminal run sudo -i then lspci -k check if your network card is being seen in linux and is on spreadsheet for dsm version you are using (the commands will give you device id and vendor id which you can match on spreadsheet). Make a loader and remove all your imporatant drives and add 1 crap drive so you can rapidly test if your nic is working once it works and you can see it works do your upgrade / install). If it is not working or on the excel list find or purchase a nic on the list for dsm 6.1 or 6.2 and use it had to go through this myself recently. Tutorials and Guides section of forums is really helpful try it out.
  5. - Outcome of the installation/update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2-23922 - Loader version and model: JUN'S LOADER v1.04b - DS918 - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: BAREMETAL - ASUS ROG STRIX Z390 I GAMING, Intel - Core i3-8100 3.6 GHz Quad-Core Processor - Additional comments: AMAZON USB 3.0 GIGABIT ETHERNET NIC Working (0B95 1790), I/O Crest M.2 (B & M-Key) PCIe Interface Single Port Gigabit Ethernet Modules NIC RealTek RTL8111 Chipset Working (Good option for those with no usb nic or working internal but board has m.2 if you can fit it in your case mine is mounted under mobo very janky but works make sure to read pinout direction in manual). I 219 V Internal NIC not working (Known Issue) 8086 15bc for my mobo.
  6. Wreid23

    DSM 6.2 Loader

    disconnect all the drives find a crappy hard drive you dont need and test with new loader (on a separate usb stick). Make sure to mark off your current drive order so you can switch back to your working setup after testing
  7. I-219V is 8086 15bc for me it does not seem to be seen anyone have this NIC working and tell me what I a missing trying extra.lmz but no go. Any Help is greatly appreciated. Is this the 2019 driver can it be added?