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  1. Before you begin to change something in your working system, it is strongly recommended to make backups of your most valuable data, so you do not regret about their irretrievable loss. Everything you do is your fear and risk, no one encourages you to do it. The easiest and most reliable way to safely try to do it, turn off all the disks and the boot flash drive from the current system, take a clean disk and another USB flash drive and try to install a new version of the bootloader and the system, if it rolled, then do already on the current system. 1. How to install (described for a computer with Windows): a) download the 1.04 b boot loader image (the original theme is here), create a directory in the root of the disk, for example, c:/918/ and put the bootloader image there b) determine the VID/PID of the flash drive or card reader into which it is inserted (control Panel-Device Manager-USB Controllers-Your flash drive/reader-Properties-Information-hardware ID, you need to ensure that the DSM system recognizes this disk and does not try to install itself on it, if you incorrectly define and register these parameters, the istall process will crash by mistake 13) c) download, install and run the OSFmount program, mount Partition 0 (15 Mb) from the bootloader file, remove the "Read-only drive" checkbox before mounting d) download, install and run Akelpad, open grub/grub file.cfg on previously mounted disk, edit and save: set vid=0xA234 #VID flash drive/reader set pid=0xB678 #PID of flash drive/reader set sn=1780PDN123456 #sn set mac1=001132123456 #mac of the first network card set mac2=001132123457 #mac of the second network card, the second and subsequent differ from the first by +1 in the last bit in the hex system ... set netif_num=2 #number of network cards ... set sata_args= 'SataPortMap=6' # sata controller, values: 6 - 1 controller on 6 ports; 22-2 controllers on 2 ports; 42-2 controllers, the first on 4 ports, the second on 2, etc. Where to get sn and mac - is your headache, Google will help you, the system will be installed and will work with those that are initially registered in the bootloader, but with the restriction of the functioning of some services and modules, such as: QC, push notifications, activation of codecs for transcoding, installation of syno licenses... e) unmount the disk in OSFmount f) download, install and run the Rufus program and record the previously prepared image on a flash drive g) insert the flash drive into the computer on which you plan to run xpen, connect the drives, turn on the power h) disable the firewall in the anti-virus, in the browser type http://find.synology.com or install Synology Assistant from the syno website and find the newly installed xpen on your network j) install DSM following the instructions of the installation program and start setting up (how to do it here is not described, because all the answers are in the syno knowledge base) There is a utility where the main programs for Windows x64 are collected 2. Transcoding (needs sn and mac from real syno hardware) Most likely to run on Intel processors starting from the 4th generation (Haswell), but there are nuances with motherboard models and BIOS. Check as follows: hardware (hw) transcoding - at the root of the system should be a directory /dev/dri with subdirectories in it, if not, but there is no HW transcoding to check - look for the directory with the terminal/ssh command cd /dev/dri . software (sw) transcoding - some codecs must run in DSM, you can check it with the command in the terminal / ssh cat /usr/syno/etc/codec/activation.conf If the result is the same, sw transcoding will ran {"success":true,"activated_codec":["h264_dec","h264_enc","mpeg4part2_dec","hevc_dec","aac_dec","aac_enc","ac3_dec","vc1_dec","vc1_enc"],"token":"123456789987654abc"} If there is nothing similar, there is no sw transcoding. 3. Perhaps the most optimal budget solutions with transcoding will be the following: ASRock J4105-ITX Asrock J5005-ITX Who wants more - use mb with the latest generation of Intel processors with Intel i210 or realtek 8111 . But this is already determined by the size of the your wallet and the functionality that you additionally want to get from xpen. P.S. Sorry for my english 😂