John Roy

Updating to DSM 6.2.1-23824 - Update 2

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OK so I have a good working DS918+ with a proper loader.

It is offering to update to the latest (DSM 6.2.1-23824 - Update 2)

From update 1

 

Can I just go and update from within the DSM?

 

Thanks

 

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10 hours ago, John Roy said:

OK so I have a good working DS918+ with a proper loader.

It is offering to update to the latest (DSM 6.2.1-23824 - Update 2)

From update 1

 

Can I just go and update from within the DSM?

 

Thanks

 

Yes,  it's safe.

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Hi guys,

I have a question about updating my first box. I trued to update directly from bad but it didn’t work. As I understand now (I hope) I have to do it manually. Is this correct.

 

thx

 

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What box (hardware)do you have? What DSM and Loader do you use ? It´s difficult to answer you without any informations about your setting.

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Sorry I wasn’t clear before by box I mean my first nas. I have intel i3 4170, Asus Maximus VII, 8 gb ram. Jun loader 1.3b and 739 software dsm 6.2. Update popped and I’m not sure if I have to do it manually or hit update.

i hope that is more clear now.

 

thx 

 

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4 hours ago, Fastsnail said:

........... I have intel i3 4170, Asus Maximus VII, 8 gb ram. Jun loader 1.3b and 739 software dsm 6.2. Update popped ..........

 

 

I have a complete other setting (see at my signature). So I can´t say if it´s safe to update with your settings. Perhaps a user with (nearly) your constellation can give you an advice to update or not.

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If your "nas" don´t show the update then go on synology download pages and chose your synology nas model. Download the right ".pat"-file and start manually your update. But be careful - it is risky ! Your system could freeze, stop,....with losing your datas and fils !

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