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  1. Just let DSM create the raid array & you’ll be fine.
  2. Sounds like you may need to recreate them under the new user account.
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    DSM 6.2 Loader

    @Lefteris Krasias That card has a Realtek chipset which isn't supported in 6.2.2 you need one with an Intel chipset, something like a HP NC360T which has been confirmed as working.
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  5. @ToTaLReFuSeD In order for people to help you please post what hardware you're using & current DSM version / boot loader.
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    DSM 6.2 Loader

    You can either comment out or delete the unwanted entries.
  8. Is this the list you're looking for: https://www.synology.com/en-uk/compatibility?search_by=products&model=DS3615xs&category=usb_wifi_dongles&p=1
  9. Hi Matthew, welcome to the forum. In short no it's not safe to click update. The N54L will run 6.2 BUT yyou will need to create a new USB drive with jun's 1.03b boot loader, disable the internal NIC & add an intel network card in order to make it work. There are a couple of threads regarding the N54L which I suggest you have a look at if you want to upgrade, however unless you need to run 6.2 my advice would be to stay on 6.1
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  11. It won't work as 918 includes instructions that require a recent intel chip.
  12. If you follow the second tutorial you don't need to boot into DSM, boot into a live Ubuntu USB & delete the system partitions then reinstall whichever DSM version you want.
  13. The forum search is always a good place to start, however have a look at these threads.
  14. @asaf If you're happy with the answers above I'll close the thread.