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Hi all, I just received a new F2-221 (with Hdmi), but the installation of XPEnology fails to complete, because the bios boot order is locked, the HDD is always the 1st priority, so after the initial setup it will boot into HDD ignoring the bootloader on the usb drive. It is possible to boot from Usb, but is always necessary to go into the bios and select the one time boot option. Wonder if anyone had this problem and if there is a way to unlock the boot order options on the Bios or install the bootloader to HDD (overcoming this problem). I took some pictures
This is a great new NAS Box for running XPEnology. - TerraMaster F2-220 2-Bay NAS - Intel J1800 Dual-Core Celeron with 2.41GHz - 2GB RAM (upgradable to 4GB) - 20TB Storage (max. 2x 10TB) - 1x Gigabit Ethernet - 1x USB 2.0 - 1x USB 3.0 upgraded to 4GB RAM - 2GB Transcend TS256MSK64W3N SO-DIMM, DDR3L, 1333, CL9, 1.35V Installation is straightforward as usual. Replace the internal USB-Stick with yours. Everything is working out of the box. (Gigabit Ethernet, SATA, USB 3.0) I used DS3615xs 6.1 Jun's Loader 1.02b with DSM_DS3615xs_15152.pat file
Hello Guys, I have just bought a TerraMaster F2-220 NAS and installed Xpenology v6.1.3 and most features work, but a few are still lacking and I would like to know if they can be solved. 1) A quick press on the power button doesn't turn off the NAS unit (soft shutdown), only if I hold it for a few seconds (hard shutdown). 2) The LAN LED is not lit up and the HDs LEDs are lit red all the time even if the HDs are not plugged in. 3) The hard-drive doesn't seem to hibernate (even though the function is enabled). 4) Case fan doesn't seem to fully shutdown nor speed up in