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idata
Community Manager
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Disk Change Notification when trying to access intel nas ss4000 control panel

Hi,

No matter what I try when I login to my intel nas ss4000 I always end up at a page warning me about a disk change: https://192.168.0.101/raid_disks_changedF.cgi (see attached screenshot too)

I am very sure i did NOT change my disk configuration. All my leds are green. Everything seems to function normal expect that I cannot access the control panel anymore (very frustrating btw). I have tried powering down, different browsers or urls all with no result.

I am ready to take out a disk and break the raid to see what happens, but that seems a bit too hard core.

Any help is appreciated because in this state the NAS is not very useful.

Thanks

Onno

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Daniel_O_Intel
Employee
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idata
Community Manager
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Yes I did,

Does not make a difference. I only get the disk chage notification page. I have not tried to take out one disk and then start the NAS to see what happens. I am a bit reluctant to do that as i do not want to loose my data....

Hope you have more advice for me.

Thanks in advance.

Onno

Daniel_O_Intel
Employee
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The only other option I'd suggest is contacting tech support. I know there's some "x-ray" file they can have you pull and send to them, and often they can recover all the drives without a problem.

idata
Community Manager
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Do you resolved your problem ? because i have the same .

tanks

idata
Community Manager
26 Views

I also have the same problem. How did you solve it?

idata
Community Manager
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Hi, i have the same problème on a Nas acer Altos Easystore 2T.

The problem is that i also want to keep my datas (thousands of pictures from family, kids, hollidays..)

Thanks for any help.

idata
Community Manager
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Hello

I also have the same problem. Have you solve this problem ?

FB
idata
Community Manager
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i have meet the same problem

please someone help