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  1. if you used 6.2.4 for 3615 it will not work, it needs to be 6.2(.0) or 6.2.3 to reset the vm after a failed attempt you could just switch the vm off, replace the synoboot.img with the original file (in the vm's directory), delete the virtual disk (in the virtualbox gui) and crate a new one about the vm's config there is not much difference for 918+ and 3615 on my system
  2. https://xpenology.com/forum/forum/83-faq-start-here/ https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/13333-tutorialreference-6x-loaders-and-platforms/ (das ergebnis hier wäre das 1.04b für ds918+ gehen sollte) https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/7973-tutorial-installmigrate-dsm-52-to-61x-juns-loader/ https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/29872-tutorial-mount-boot-stick-partitions-in-windows-edit-grubcfg-add-extralzma/ https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/12422-xpenology-tool-for-windows-x64/ zur unterstützung kann man sich 1-2 videos auf youtube ansehen
  3. you can use dd directly on dsm to copy the usb or unplug it at any time the system is not booting to copy it on windows with "Win32DiskImager 1.0" or other tools Win32DiskImager 1.0 has a option to only read allocated partitions so the resulting image file is only a few megabyte (same as the original) and you will have no problems transferring it to a smaller usb but imho you dont have to, the only thing about the loader to change is what you do to grub.cfg (and that should be documented anyway - or just copy grub.cfg), maybe you exchanged the extra.lzma for newer drivers (copy that
  4. only if you put the mac address of the vm's nic into the grug.cfg of the *.img file you use for booting the vm on my system i dont use "NAT" i use network bridge and in the files "Name" would be the nic of the windows host, that makes sure there is a dhcp server (usually the internet router and the SA is in the same network (host's LAN) no not ide, for 6.2 i use sata on my virtualbox vm's, afair that one had to be changed in comparison to using it with dsm 6.1 did you look over the whole virtual box thread? there are adjustments for 6.2 documented https://xpenolog
  5. the internal gpu needs to be switched on in bios, intel quick sync video is part of the gpu (the pci device of the gpu was present in the log's so my assumption was the gpu is switched on in bios) there where problems with some Jxxxx cpu's and jun's original i915 driver wehre it made a difference if a hdmi device was connected or not, i cant remember having heard such problems with synologys own new driver from 6.2.3 but its easy to test but that does not explain why exchanging the i915 driver would prevent the system to be found in network, the log shows that the nic driver i
  6. i did not provide a link above but meant to use the tutorial section for booting a recovery liunx and accessing the system partiton https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/7004-tutorial-how-to-access-dsms-data-system-partitions/ if you mount the raid1 you can delete the patched i915.ko you just use a text editor, read them or search for interesting wirds like "panic" or "fail" or some specific driver like "igb" (your network card in this case) or 9bc8 for the gpu device (that should at least be found, idependent from driver all pci devices are liste by there numbers) [Sa
  7. there are small usb thumb drives like san cruzer fit, they only stick out a few millimeter, less then the power connector of a notebook i know it feels lame and uncool but starting with the FAQ makes sense sometimes https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/9394-installation-faq/?do=findComment&comment=81096
  8. you would need a extended driver set (extra/extra2.lzma) AND 918+ has a default limit of the last driver list was here, newer extra's will have at least this version, usually newer https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/12859-driver-extension-jun-103a2dsm62x-for-ds918/ "NETWORK DRIVERS LIST - Click here to see (Reveal hidden contents)" you see X553 as supported with ixgbe.ko, i#m also sure you would find something about that board in the forum search the 2 nic limit is explained here https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/21663-driver-extension-jun-103b104b-fo
  9. try with F9 and select the usb flash drive manually, if csm is active you migt see two (uefi and legacy)
  10. https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/6927-tutorial-install-6x-on-oracle-virtualbox-juns-loader/ depends on how far you read, 6.2.3 u3 is max. atm and you just swap the *.img file of the loader compared to dsm 6.1 most important part is to match the mac of the vm's nicht with the one in the loader (and using sata controller)
  11. did you read the warnings about not using 6.2.4? 6.2.3 u3 is max. atm
  12. yes and its different tech, hosted hypervisor instead of baremetal hypervisor https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypervisor#Classification emulated hardware is pretty much the same as you see in esxi and others (intel e1000 nic, sata and lsi sas for storage)
  13. vm in vm is called "nested" virtualisation and might depend on your cpu and os version on win10 with amd cpu (ryzen) it should work since 21H1 you can use oracle virtualbox as a base for dsm on a win10 workstation, no hyper-v involved and no nested visualization needed
  14. no, the device comes from the i915 driver(s) and 10th gen cpu's are not in the i915 driver that comes with 6.2.3 so there will be no /dev/dri when using jun's original extra/extra2 or my version of extra/extra2 (the one made for 6.2.3) with a 10th gen cpu 10th gen will need a special patched i915.ko (if its working at all)
  15. das letzte ist der 4. schritt da am ende der 3 schritte mit den platten ein raid5 mit 1000GB exitstiert (identische größe wie mit den orginal platten) aber da alle 3 platten 1.5TB ungenutzt haben kann man das raid erweitern/vergrößern so das nacher 4TB nutzbar sind ich würde empfehlen die orginal synology webseite (faq/kb) zu benutzen, die haben das sehr gut dokumentiert und erklärt und ohne nachzusehen bin ich mir sicher die empfehlen dringend ein backup der daten zu haben bevor man das anfängt im grunde entfernt man die redundanz des raid5 (absichtlich) und wenn in der