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How can I reset I/O Data NAS hdd password?

How can I reset nas hdd password?

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You don't unfortunately. Hard drive passwords aren't clearable. Lose the password, lose the drive.

Posted on May 15, 2010

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How do I get my files back?


It seems your OS on the NAS has being destroyed some how (maybe a power failure or unattended shutdown...). To recover your files from the broken NAS, I suggest to open your NAS and get the HDD out. Most NAS works with a special embedded Linux system, so it's possible the internal HDD to have ext2, ext3 or ext4 structure wich is completely readable if you connect the extracted NAS's HDD to a desktop of any kind and boot from a Live CD as PartedMagic. Once you boot that LiveCd, you could mount the existent partitions on the extracted NAS HDD (and attached to the system that you've just booted) and recover your files from it. Also you could check the NAS HDD to see what's going wrong with him, also from inside the PartedMagic. For that, you need some Linux skills, but don't be afraid: it's much easy than you figure... And, as final suggestion, mount the NAS's HDD founded partitions as READ-ONLY, to prevent them to be erased/deleted by accident.

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How to recover password from LaCie 1TB Rikiki USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive


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hi
yes you have to google and download the software and burn it to a disk to be able to reset it or by pass the windows software.

if its a bios password then it will depend on the make and model of the laptop some you only have to remove the cmos battery and others need the manufacturers intervention but you need prove of purchase.


whilst others need a device and soldering onto the chip to remove the password.


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I picked up a Fastora NAS-T4, but the previous owner no longer recalls the root password on the device. Is there anyway to reset the device to factory defaults? I see no 'reset' buttons available on it.


Turn off the NAS.
Press AND HOLD power button for about 30 secs.
That will force a hard reset and reset the unit to factory defaults. You will lose all data on drives that are plugged in at the moment. If they are in an ejected state, it may save your data, but I have not tried that.

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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...


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Self Testing


Ouch... You didn't say who's NAS device it is? It sounds like you may have a firmware issue on controller. You may need to reset the controller to the factory defaults. I'd suggest that you contact the manufacturer for details on how to do so. They should also have details on how to recover your data. If you can let us know what kind of a NAS device it is, maybe we can find more details on it.

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