• Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About gquiring

  • Rank
    Junior Member

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. The only issue that I don't like about those fan mods are is how long is it going to last before a DSM update comes along and steps on the changes that were made?
  2. I have my NAS's in the walk-in closet so the noise does not bother me. Loud fans is way better than TheCUS software!!!
  3. - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.23-25423 update 2 - Loader version and model: Jun's Loader v1.03B 3615XS - Using custom extra.lzma: No - Installation type: TheCUS N5550 - Additional comment : Reboot required
  4. It's booting off the stick, it has to stay.
  5. Stick a keyboard and monitor on the NAS, get it into the bios and disable UEFI.
  6. Those numbers are unique to the brand of the USB stick.
  7. I got burned 3x in a row with TheCUS software not being able to handle a single drive failure, all 3x I lost the array on a single disk failure. When I got DSM loaded, I simulated a disk failure by pulling a drive and everything worked as expected. DSM is rock solid on the TheCUS.
  8. Yes, it uses drives 2-6. Works fine. None of the displays or LED's work on the TheCUS.
  9. It's pretty standard, Jun's loader 1.03b. In the BIOS disable UEFI boot. Open the case and remove the boot card, it's purple in color and labeled MDS. That's the TheCUS software. Then follow the steps for Jun's loader. I used 3615xs DSM.
  10. Yes I have two TheCUS N5550 NAS units running DSM 6.2.2. The 2nd one was sitting in my closet for a few years now, I am going to assume some dust got in the RJ45 jack which caused the network to go offline. My 1st one has been running for over almost a year now with no issues. I use it for streaming media to my Kodi server.
  11. Problem solved. Apparently I have a bad patch cord or a RJ45 jack issue. I noticed the LED's were not blinking on the back of the hardware, I wiggled the cable and I can see the NAS.
  12. I don't get it, I loaded the latest update to DSM, booted and it worked fine. I made two changes after the update, added a share and configured a network UPS. I copied about 5tb to the array, no issues. I decided to reboot it today just to make sure everything is ok and it won't boot. can't find it and neither can their Windows app. I am using Jun's loaded 1.03b. I confirmed the BIOS settings are correct. Not sure what else to do? I tried selecting reinstall from the Jun's loader menu but it can't see that either.
  13. It's not an issue at this point. I got Jun's loader to work. My 5.x system was using a different loader (not Jun's). With Jun's loader I had to disable UEFI in the bios which solved the problem. I was able to load DSM 6.2.