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  1. Dfds's post in DSM 5.0 to 6.x was marked as the answer   
    A quick search of the forum & you would have found this guide. 
     
  2. Dfds's post in Overwriting an existing installation was marked as the answer   
    Boot from a Ubuntu live USB & initialise the disks then you can do a clean install.
  3. Dfds's post in Compatible low cost SATA card for build. was marked as the answer   
    Please use the search facility before posting as you will often find the question has been answered already.
     
    This card will work: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00AZ9T3OU/ref=psdc_949408031_t1_B00BUC3NNS?th=1
  4. Dfds's post in Where is the DSM data stored? was marked as the answer   
    DSM is written to a hidden partition on all installed disks, synoboot.img is only used to boot.
  5. Dfds's post in How to access my Device over the internet was marked as the answer   
    A quick search of the forums would have yielded the information you're after 
     
  6. Dfds's post in CPU Upgraded was marked as the answer   
    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  
  7. Dfds's post in Which architecture model for Gen 8 Xeon 1265v2 was marked as the answer   
    Then you should have been more specific. DS3615xs
  8. Dfds's post in Synology Hybrid Raid (SHR) was marked as the answer   
    Synology have removed SHR support from their high end units i.e. the DS3615xs. It can however be enabled if you want to use it by editing synoinfo.conf which is located in /etc.defaults/synoinfo. conf
     
    comment out / delete
     
    supportraidgroup="yes"  
    then add
     
    support_syno_hybrid_raid ="yes"  
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