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  1. What hardware are you using?

    Hardware: Laptop Compaq NX7400 Processor: INTEL Core i3-4130 Internal memory: 4GB Drives: 2 x Seagate HDD 2.5"1TB ST1000LM024 S-ATA2 8mb (removed CDplayer for second disk. Using a drive-bay) Maybe it's possible to put the 2 drive in RAID-1 but i'm not intended to do so. 1 x 1TB Freecom drive 1 x 512mb usb Thumbdrive (Xpenoboot 5.2) Packages running: Downloadstation Proxyserver java 8 Craftbukkit Adjusments: Mac addres and Serial DSM version: DSM 5.2-5644 Update 3 Why using a laptop: I wanted to achieve a low powered solution. This setup consumes 15 watt in idle state and 18 watt when waching movies and players using Crafbukkit. System is running 24/7 and stable. Labtop lid allways closed. Main purpose: Movie and TV-show content only. And the extra you get when using a laptop (depending on state of battery) : It keeps running for 1 or even 2 hours when there is a power outage. Posted via MyXpenology
  2. What hardware are you using?

    Hardware: Laptop Compaq NX7400 Processor: INTEL Core i3-4130 Internal memory: 4GB Drives: 2 x Seagate HDD 2.5"1TB ST1000LM024 S-ATA2 8mb (removed CDplayer for second disk. Using a drive-bay) Maybe it's possible to put the 2 drive in RAID-1 but i'm not intended to do so. 1 x 1TB Freecom drive 1 x 512mb usb Thumbdrive (Xpenoboot 5.2) Packages running: Downloadstation Proxyserver java 8 Craftbukkit Adjusments: Mac addres and Serial DSM version: DSM 5.2-5644 Update 3 Why using a laptop: I wanted to achieve a low powered solution. This setup consumes 15 watt in idle state and 18 watt when waching movies and players using Crafbukkit. System is running 24/7 and stable. Labtop lid allways closed. Main purpose: Movie and TV-show content only. And the extra you get when using a laptop (depending on state of battery) : It keeps running for 1 or even 2 hours when there is a power outage. Posted via MyXpenology
  3. Why don't stay with the laptop solution? I'm using an old laptop myself, which is booting from an small thumb drive. Attached an 1 TB USB drive for the extra storage. Power Consumption lies between 15 / 20 watt (depends on the usage of that moment). It's powered 24/7 without any problems so far. You can find an old laptop on the internet almost for free. And when the battery is still good, you've got your NAS (poor man solution) power secured as well.
  4. HP DC7900

    Big Thanks Killnfield. The solution you mentioned absolutly solved the problem. This is what i did. I first installed the img with Win32 Disk Imager. Below the result. You need to copy these files to a folder on your local desktop. You need those files in the last step. Now follow the steps below. When it asks you to install MBR? Choose Yes When it asks you to install grub4dos on MBR? Choose OK A dos box appear. Press enter When it asks you to copy grldr to drive? Choose Yes Now you have to copy the files from the folder on your local dekstop. When it asks you to overwrite. Click overwrite.
  5. DSM cannot startup normally

    Hi, Hopefully someone could help me out here. i've been running xpenology for about a week now. All seems to be running smoothly until i recently changed some settings in the /usr/syno/apache/conf/httpd.conf-user file. I've tried to revert the settings and rebooted my NAS, but the message still appears in the system health. the exact message is. Attention: DSM cannot start up normally because it ran into a problem. Please contact the Synology support team for help. Beside the message everything else seems to be running just fine. Thanks in advance.