ahmedelsakka

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  1. Hello Man, thanks for the reply i tried to find an intel NIC here in egypt could not find it is like tplink invaded the market, anyway i thoought i could learn how to compile my card driver so i got my NIC details from the debian OS i am currently running it is "Qualcomm Atheros AR8151 v2.0" while on windows it was detected as realtik 8111F, when i cecked the supported list i found that AR8151 us supported but it is not mentioning the supported version so i felt that no hope in compiling anything, it seems like something else is the issue, i think i am going to give up but as a last hope could you check my HW specs may be it is something else Issue: My NAS gets detected but when it reboot to install, the network card just dies no lights at all Motherboard: Gigabyte H61M-S2P CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2120 CPU @ 3.30GHz RAM: 4096 MB DDR3 (1333 MHz) Ethernet controller: Qualcomm Atheros AR8151 v2.0 Gigabit Ethernet (rev c0)
  2. Hello Team, can anyone help on this, i really want to use xpenology but i am having this issue so i had to move to OMV for now.
  3. Hello, i am very new to Xpenology, thank you for the efforts, i followed the instructions to install DS3617sx img, at 1st the NAS was not detected so i used the ramdisk and it was detected. i am doing a clean install not an upgrade, when i click install it goes for a reboot with a 10 min counter, and it never comes back from that, i noticed that my NIC has no lights after the reboot, my NIC is 8111F builtin GA-H61M-S2P motherboard, and i can see it is included in the drivers extension but it does not seem to work right. i tried another usb stick the NIC worked normally till the reboot then it had no lights again, i tried altering my BOIS configuration to some sense but nothing happened, i am thinking to get a PCI NIC. any help will be much appreciated