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Unable to connect
When the LED turns continuous amber colored , it means your RAID is not yet initialized.
- Install the Intel Storage system center console (ISSC) software from the accompagnied cd-rom
- Start the ISSC and have it discovering your storage device (make sure you are in the same subnet as your NAS device)
- Once it discovered the device click "Log on storage console" , it will open up a browser and have you login.
Firefox should work , I however assume you are maybe in a different subnet , and therefore cannot open the page.
If FireFox really doesn"t work , try using IE !
on Dec 20, 2012
I can't connect to my ss4000-e. It does not show
You need to RESET router.
For that press RESET button it is in back side of router.Press it for 10 seconds so all settings goes to factory defaults.
Then connect your router top computer with ethernet cable then you can access it with following link
type user as "admin" and password as "admin" and or blank or "password".
Then you can see configuration page .
Then click on wireless then enable it .
Enable DHCP so you get ip address from router in all networks device.
Then if still same issue then reinstall wireless network adapter driver in your computer.Then check.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
Thanks for using FixYa.
on Dec 23, 2011
Active Directory authentication problem
* see netlogon service is running on the server
* verify the srv record on the server
( http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816587 )
*see all authentication on the DC
*check the event viewer if any error is occured
*veryfy the DC
on Oct 20, 2011
Loss of system access - no chance to backup data before fw-upgr.
It may be possible to remove the drive(s) and put them in another system and from that system using those drives as data only drives (not boot) to copy any files which are needed to be backed up.
I have done this a number of times (please note that I am talking about single desktop systems here), every time it has work like a charm.
If the drives are IDE, you need to set one drive at a time (if more than one IDE) as the slave drive. Once the drives are correctly set, then proceed to start the system and copy your data to the media you want.
If the drives are scsi, set them accordingly on another system and number them as slaves or non-boot in the scsi controller bios.
Then copy from your slave or non-boot drive(s) to the media you want to put your data.
If you are using a system with some configuration other than single drives...such as some kind of RAID. then you need other help.
on Nov 01, 2010
After reset i can ping
The data is stored on hard drives inside the machine
- Open up the machine
- remove the hard drives
- insert or connect the harddrives into a working computer
- (TURN MACHINE OFF BEFORE INSTALLING AND VERIFY THE HARDDRIVE JUMPERS ARE SET CORRECTLY, slave master etc)
- COPY THE DATA OFF
- that is your done
- WARNING DONT REMOVE THE ORIGINAL HD FROM THE COMPUTER U INTEND TO BACK UP ON.. U NEED THE ORIGINAL HD TO BOOT THE MACHINE!!
on Mar 09, 2010
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