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  1. CPU Upgraded

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  2. CPU Upgraded

    You should be using all cores of the new CPU, the CPU info you see in control panel is hard coded & reflects what is in a genuine synology. You can check by running the following command cat /proc/cpuinfo
  3. Is there any particular reason for using this nic, as the N54's inbuilt nic works fine.
  4. @Polanskiman My apologies, you're quite right, got a bit confused there.
  5. In your grub file the AMD bare metal version menuentry is commented out so it's not surprising it won't boot. I would recommend resolving this & removing the other menuentrys then trying again.
  6. Good CPU for Xpenology build

    @BIGCHEW151 Please use proper punctuation & spell check future posts to make them easier to read.
  7. As the N36 has an AMD cpu you will need to disable C1E support in the bios, also I would use the DS3615xs image. Not sure about the intel nic you've purchased but the inboard nic should work ok. You mention that you edited the Mac & SN, did you also set the USB'S VID & pid?
  8. Autoload after boot stops working

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  9. DSM 6.1.6-15266 flash drive fail

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  10. DSM 6.x.x Loader

    No, if you've managed to install it & everything's working you should be ok.
  11. Just remember to disable C1E support in the bios.
  12. If you're running DS3615 successfully, there isn't much to gain from changing to the DS3617 image. You can upgrade your loader by flashing a new USB drive with jun's 1.02b loader, setting your original aside just in case & don't forget to set the USB's vid & pid, Sme AMD systems require C1E support to be disabled in the bios, so check yours
  13. any ftp client?

    Try this: https://github.com/brainfoolong/web-ftp-client