Re: [LinkStation_General] Re: HELP....emergency....pleeeeease...!!!!!
- James Thanks a Loooooooooooooooooooot. This is working. I'm copying the files to another hard drive. You have no idea how desperate I was. I thank you a lot for your help.Harry
James Stewart <wartstew@...> wrote:
Don't panic. There is probably a way to fix your Linkstation. Since I
haven't run the factory firmware in over a year and a half, I'm not a
good source of help.
If you do need to send the unit in and want to get the information off
of it first, here are the steps:
1) Remove the drive from the Linkstation (with care you can do it
without voiding any warrentes.)
2) Put the drive in a PC.
3) Run the fixmagic utility on it (if needed to open the 3rd partition
using #4 below).
4) Download and run Explore2fs which is a little utility that can open
the file system that is on the 3rd partition of the drive, then browse
and copy files from it.
Alternatively to #4, you can boot up on a Linux live CD like Knoppix
or DamnSmallLinux and get the stuff that way.
--- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, "harrysanchez_miami"
> I lost communication with the share folder on my HD-H160LAN. I called
> technical support a couple of times and their solution is just sending
> a new Unit. But I need to retreive the data before I send the unit for
> replacement. This is what is happening so far. WhenI run the IP Setup
> Utility I see the Link Station with the assigned IP address but is not
> letting me get to the Login screen. I can't map the drive and I don't
> even see it in the network. I have Very Valuable information on the
> hard drive and I don't feel safe sending the hard drive for recovering
> the data. What are your recomendations? It's the information on the
> hard drive still safe?. Please, somebody give me an answer ASAP. All my
> work files are in there and I have clients on top of me.
> If you need more details let me know.
> Harry Sanchez Miami, FL
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