Question about Iomega StorCenter Pro NAS 150d (33612) 500 GB Network Storage Server
I am using a 1TB Storcenter (formatted as RAID 1) as a NAS in my office. After a sudden power outage, I can no longer connect to it via AFP (we only use Apples). We can get to via SMB, but its awfully slow on our network. Does anyone know how to resolve this without reformatting and starting from scratch? Would a 'restore factory settings' help? Thanks!
Same problem, except oddly one AFP mount works & the other doesn't. Since permissions are limited in SMB access, I can't even pull the data off. Thinking of just pulling drives (mirrored RAID) and putting into new enclosure. If that'll even work
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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