DraconPern

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  1. Your etc/synoinfo.conf has a bad edit somewhere, may be changed encoding? Notice it says failed to patch.
  2. Have you tried loading w/o any disks? If your loader is really working you should at least get ip and ping. Since you have at least one usb bootloader that works, you can boot it and enable ssh. Then login via ssh and then mount the working grub.cfg file to copy the working vid/pid/mac1. May be the usb stick is having problems? When I used rufus, I had to manually delete partitions off the usb stick for a write to be successful. sudo mount -o rw,offset=1048576 /dev/synoboot /mnt Some thoughts to try. Have you tried 1.03b and ds3615 image? Since your hardware is not that new that combo may work better instead of the ds3617 image.
  3. You should probably backup whatever data first by manually using mdadm and mounting. Then do a clean install. Each time you change the bootloader/disk combination, it usually detects it as needing repair.
  4. I was able to install DSM 6.2.1-23824 Update 4 using the 1.03b loader (ds3615sx) successfully. bootloader options and mods see my other post https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/13914-thecus-n10850-mods/
  5. On DSM 6.2.1-23824 Update 4, I used the following settings for proper port mapping Note that you can edit the grub.cfg on the usb stick after installation through ssh and vi using sudo mount -o rw,offset=1048576 /dev/synoboot /mnt sudo vi /mnt/grub/grub.cfg edit your bootloader grub.cfg extra_args_3615='SataPortMap=22222 DiskIdxMap=0002040608' For /etc.defaults/synoinfo.conf I changed the following maxdisks="10" internalportcfg="0xffff" esataportcfg="0x0000"