Have an out-of-warranty Linksys EFG80 which is not operating. Linksys states they do not repair their own equipment out of warranty. Their new NAS (NAS200) is unable to read the drives.
Need to have the EFG80 repaired or if not possible a means to retrieve the data from the disk drives in use with the EFG80.
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There are a variety of ways to display the NSS Login window.
•Open the Web browser on your computer: In the Address field, enter "http://NAS<MAC address>" (For example, "http://NAS0018F804E44C".)
•Browse for the NSS from the My Network Places window.
•Select the NSS to a network drive from a mapped network drive.
The NSS Login window appears:
Also please follow the below link for manual it will help you to setup
SAME HERE Ram installed about 2 years ago I think 2x4gb ddr3 sodimms Failing after a year started as blue screens and not recognized short time after. Without receipt = no warranty Got it as a gift = no warranty Oem = no warranty Purchase with gift card and misplace receipt = no warranty House burn down with all paperwork = no warranty Not good at keeping records =- no warranty I have been in contact with PNY and can you tell they have told me without the receipt they can do nothing for me? COMPLETE WAISTE of the word warranty. and yes there support people get smart with you and quote other companies warranties and state see they do they same thing! WAY TO STAND OUT! Why even have a lifetime warranty, just call it a "prove it" warranty?
The reason the drive won't mount is because the RAID is corrupted. It
may require manual intervention. You would have to log in through root
on the box. How long did you wait before trying to mount a partition.
Trying waiting 2-3 hours (if you see lots of disk activity they are
going through a repair). If you see none then you have to go the manual
intervention route as root and run the "md" commands to identify the
root cause and repair the volume.
The unofficial support website is: http://www.yellowmachinesupport.com/
You would need to use the RAID tools on the linux os loaded on the unit
in order to repair.
You can check the settings and if it is again again losing the settings then there might be a possibilty that the firmware of Nss4000 has gone faulty or is corrupted.
You will have to upgrade it through the CD provided to you or best will be to contact Linksys and they will be able to give you the exact information...
Do a power cycle of the NAS, leave the power cable out for 15 seconds and try again. It may just be that the access to the data has been locked during a read/write process and has not released the access.
Failing that, check for firmware updates - it may be a known issue.
You can find the firmware for this device here:
On older LinkSys routers, the default username is blank and the default password is "admin." On newer Linksys routers, both the default username and the default password are set to "admin."
Once you are past the login screen, you are able to reconfigure the LinkSys router