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Good morning. I have installed in my Company a Iomega nas model 450R. This morning after a rebootit seems it can't find the boot disk and the nas asks for a operating system restore or go back to factory default. On that nas i have many copies of Company data and i don't like to loose them. There is a way to entet into the nas in recovery mode and try tosolve the problem before loosing all? Thanks in advance.

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Hook the hdd up to another pc via a usb adapter & then ethier use Acronis or other imaging software to make an exact image file of the drive. You can save this file for later use if something goes wrong. If no such software is available, then make a new folder on the pc you have it hooked up to & manually save each file. Atleast then you have all the critical stuff,the operating system will have to be re-installed on the 450 if you lose it.

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