PROBLEMS BOOTING SINCE A DRIVE VOLUME CRASHED.


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This week one of the drives died in my server.  so swapped it out and then a volume crashed. i got the data off it and then wiped the drive and put it back in. now the server doesnt book. i get to loading kernal and not the happy hacking screen. and synology assistant isnt seeing the machine i think its running 6.2.1 i think

 

i am running on an old amd fm1 board and chip with a HBA card for the 8 drives. been running it for 5 please years without any problems.

 

so a few questions.

1. could it be my hba card not showing the drives as they dont appear in the bios

2. could it be the usb drive i am using.

3. should i make a new usb with 6.2.3 and see if i can upgrade dsm on the drives

 

any help would be great

 

UPDATE:

 

I have got the server to boot, without the drives in. once i put some of the drives in it no longer boots.

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1 hour ago, billat29 said:

When you wiped the drives, what did you do? Did you delete all the partitions on them or just clean out the data partition?

deleted all the partitions.i have got it upa nd running. only took 4 hours

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