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  1. Pareil que EVOTk, changement de clé et plus d'erreur 13 (en USB2) C'est juste pour préciser que ce chips fonctionne et qu'il faut chercher le problème à coté, config bios en uefi, csm disable, ce genre de choses. Mais je pense qu'en collant le 1.04B et installer la 23824 puis update depuis DSM en 6.2.2-24922 Update 2 cela devrait bien se passer. Il faut juste suivre le log du boot et voir si un driver ne KP pas en route, sur les j3xx, j4xx le driver i915 de jun KP au boot, il faut donc le retirer du extra.lzma. Pour le problème des NIC realtek je soupçonne synology d'avoir cassé un truc dans la 6.2.2-24922 et 6.2.2-24922 update 1, et l'avoir fixé dans l'update 2, mais ce n'est qu'une supposition, je n'ai pas fait le test.
  2. Update 6.2.2-24922 Update 2 faite et fonctionnelle sur une Asrock J3455 ITX et sur une Asrock J4205-ITX avec ou sans le driver de jun pour la 4205-ITX et ces 2 cartes on un chips RTL8111GR
  3. Is you DSM installation new ? if not you have to : Important > clean /usr/lib/modules/update/* - Be careful with the rm ! rm -rf /usr/lib/modules/update/* And if the DSM is new, it's probably a bios error, make sure that all is uefi in bios setting, specially the LAN
  4. Yes, just keep one extra on your new usb boot. Take the one in my sign, it work perfectly on the GA-3455N-d3H.
  5. En regardant la ref de ta CM > la carte réseau est une Realtek RTL8111GR, asrock utilise beaucoup cette carte, et sur DSM 6.2.2-24922 Update 2 il est confirmé que pour l'asrock J4205-ITX qui a donc ce chips lan, cela fonctionne sans problème. Il faudrait bien regarder au 2eme boot le log via serial et voir ce qu'il se passe. Peut être une config bios ou il est mieux de tout passer en uefi si possible.
  6. I tried too, i removed the i915 folder in /usr/lib/firmware and edit/removed the i915 EXTRA_FIRMWARE in the /etc/rc.modules All is working, plex HW transcode work as expected. And i can confirm the faster boot, i win like 100 ms, i see the nas login line at [ 222.552049], previously it was at [ 314.898573], so far so good
  7. Damn, at first it was intended to just make test and i did not take care of osx files like DS_store ... my bad ! Plus you're right i left an useless extra inside .... grrr Since i can't edit the original post where i attached the working but full of garbage extra, i post a new (hopping) clean one (still with the i915 firmware folder) here. BTW glad it work for our mobo with last DSM update extra.lzma
  8. You just see the "duplicate" extra when you unpack the extra.lzma ( cpio -idv < extra ) You' re right for the firmware, i'll test to remove then and see what's loaded. Nice ! but i did not make a lot, i just removed a driver
  9. - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: 6.2.1-23824 Update 6 - Loader version and model: Jun's Loader v1.04b DS918+ - Using custom extra.lzma: YES - extra without i915.ko drm_kms_helper.ko drm.ko - Installation type: GA-J3455N-D3H - Additional comments: 2 reboot required - onboard LAN is ok - HW transcode is ok
  10. I finally made the jump for the update from 6.2.1-23824 Update 6 to 6.2.2-24922 Update 2, i only use a custom extra.lzma without i915 drivers, and everything work nicely, onboard Lan, HW transcode, i even made some test with geekbench to find out if the cpu burst work and its a big YES ! With the turbo states OFF in bios > With the turbo states ON in bios > *I made 2 bench of both turbo state to be sure. For the custom extra you can find it with instruction in this topic >
  11. For the test, run a geekbench benchmark in docker and compare with a result of your CPU : ( ) The J3455 chart > My own test on the NAS > So no doubt, the burst frequencies are ok. despite of this sudo dmidecode -t processor | grep Speed still show a Current Speed: 1500 MHz
  12. The jun's r8168 driver panic > [ 5.449298] in your boot log Since there's no new compiled driver for realtek and most of the realtek NIC stop to work since the 6.2.2-24922 update, you have to attach another NIC to your motherboard. For note : In your boot log, DSM is booting fine (but no lan)
  13. You have to remove extra2.lzma and clean /usr/lib/modules/update/* rm -rf /usr/lib/modules/update/* If you dont do this it take the i915 driver from /usr/lib/modules/update/ or from the extra2.lzma