jensmander

XPEnology Tool for Windows x64

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Hi, thanks for the tutorial. Unfortunately I have an issue at step 5: I can not choose any partition. There is none ?? I mount the image , in my case image for ds916p V1.02b 

 

Did I miss something ?\

 

Edit: Ok, issue solved. Had to run as admin.

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Great work, clean efficient, worked fine for me. Thank you for all your effort and for sharing this tool.

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@williammar This is a Windows based "tool-box" that can run on any computer running 64 bit Windows. 

And you only use it to prepare the USB stick that will become your boot-device for your NAS, after that you don't need it.

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11 minutes ago, williammar said:

Million thanks. How big / what size is good enough for the USB drive?

 

You mean the drive which shall be used as a boot stick? Anything >256MB is suitable. The tool collection is 100MB (V1.4.2 with Rufus).

 

 

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 As I recall, any size from 64 MB (as in MegaByte) will do for the USB bootstick, since the .img file is about 50MB.

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Is this tools still valid. I am building a new box (Old Xpenology is on 4.x). Look like this guide would be the quickest to build my 6.2 box. If someone can provide a valid link it would be greatly appreciated. 

 

Thank You

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37 minutes ago, powerplyer said:

Is this tools still valid. I am building a new box (Old Xpenology is on 4.x). Look like this guide would be the quickest to build my 6.2 box. If someone can provide a valid link it would be greatly appreciated. 

 

Thank You

 

The tool contains all actual download links (Loaders & PAT files) you‘ll need. The download link to mega.nz is valid. For a basic guide take a look at the FAQ section.

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Does it Support HP Gen 8 E3 with 16GB ram without install windows and Exsi? if yes, what options is best selection for boot disk creation?

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2 минуты назад, williammar сказал:

Does it Support HP Gen 8 E3 with 16GB ram without install windows and Exsi? if yes, what options is best selection for boot disk creation?

What cpu and nic do you use?

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3 hours ago, williammar said:

Does it Support HP Gen 8 E3 with 16GB ram without install windows and Exsi? if yes, what options is best selection for boot disk creation?

 

Errm - wrong thread? The tool has nothing to do with hardware specific questions about XPEnology or loaders...

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16 hours ago, Olegin said:

What cpu and nic do you use?

8 Xeon E3-1220L V2 8GB & Built in LAN adaptor +  2TB×2;

 

I have spared Intel 9402PT adaptor.

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9 минут назад, williammar сказал:

8 Xeon E3-1220L V2 8GB & Built in LAN adaptor +  2TB×2;

I have spared Intel 9402PT adaptor.

Try 1.03b loader with 3615 dsm .

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Great work, jensmander, many thanks for sharing! 

After less than an hour my "Diskstation" was running on the first try.

It's based on a Supermicro X10sll-f Serverkit with 32GB RAM and Xeon 1230v3 that i got for 190€ on german ebay as my lab machine.

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Hello,

 

What is the               password to extract the file please.

thanks

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@Claude

If you are asked for a password, you propably haven't done the right download. There is no password on the original download.

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He wants to extract the exe which is possible. I will upload a ZIP which contains all files/tools.

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1 minute ago, jensmander said:

He wants to extract the exe which is possible. I will upload a ZIP which contains all files/tools.

I advice against that but well it is up to you. Maybe you can send him the zip file directly.

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29 minutes ago, Polanskiman said:

I advice against that but well it is up to you. Maybe you can send him the zip file directly.

 

Thanks for your remarks. I will only upload the portable tools, not other things from the tool 🧐

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My point was, not sure of the need to upload the content of your tool as it defies the purpose of having a tool and might confuse people. But as I said up to you 🙂. That's all.

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Thanks, a lot.

 

I do my first xpenology. Works like a charm.

 

Thanks jensmander for sharing

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