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I am trying to install XpEnology on a Z170 / 6300T/ 8GB and 2 SSD drives. One 120GB i figured for the installation files and 1GB SSD as test drive as data disc.

 

I have downloaded the 1.04b for a DS918+, during the installation i have downloaded version 6.3 (probably too new) and version 6.2. What happens during installation is that i get an error saying "installation file corrupt". But i am sure it is not. I have tried several USB sticks and have used Rufus and Wind32DiskImager.

 

Does anyone know how to solve this?

But the way i am a big supporter of Synology, i own a Flashstation FS1018 and a DS3615x (upgraded :) ) but i would like to have a test Synology machine and this looks like the easiest way to do that :)

 

EDIT: I probably have picked the wrong subfora, i "asked a question" and the walkthrough picked the subfora.. i think that is what happend. Sorry for the inconvience.

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I have got it working :)

Do i need to keep the USB stick with Jun his loader inserted all the time?

 

As i understand doing a DSM update is not possible right? (the synology way i mean)

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The stick is needed on every boot/reboot. In theory you can unplug it when DSM is up. But if you forgotten to plug it back on the next reboot or power cycle the system won’t boot anymore.

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