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Re: Readynas Pro6 corrupt VPD missing serial numbers after os6 upgrade

MattSaunders
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Readynas Pro6 corrupt VPD missing serial numbers after os6 upgrade

Hi All,

I to have recently upgraded ReadyNAS Pro6 to OS6 firmware.

 

After power down for a long period it failed to boot.  I have managed to connect a monitor to it and found similar issues with MBR corrupt.

 

Have managed to do a rescue, and have the system functional again, however it is missing the serial number and model.

 

Reading through the forums, I have seen similar issues with the mods being able to help.

 

Hope someone can reach out to me soon to resolve.

 

Regards

Matt

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Marc_V
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Re: Readynas Pro6 corrupt VPD missing serial numbers after os6 upgrade

@MattSaunders

 

Welcome to the Community!

 

Please send me photos of your NAS Labels, please make sure to include the model name and SN. Also, set your NAS to Secure Diagnostic Mode and provide the 5 Digit port.

 

Many thanks @StephenB for the tag.

 

HTH

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StephenB
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Re: Readynas Pro6 corrupt VPD missing serial numbers after os6 upgrade


@MattSaunders wrote:

 

Hope someone can reach out to me soon to resolve.

 


I'm tagging the mods ( @Marc_V and @JeraldM ), to call their attention to your request.

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Marc_V
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Re: Readynas Pro6 corrupt VPD missing serial numbers after os6 upgrade

@MattSaunders

 

Welcome to the Community!

 

Please send me photos of your NAS Labels, please make sure to include the model name and SN. Also, set your NAS to Secure Diagnostic Mode and provide the 5 Digit port.

 

Many thanks @StephenB for the tag.

 

HTH

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MattSaunders
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Re: Readynas Pro6 corrupt VPD missing serial numbers after os6 upgrade

Thank you, all seems to be working correctly again.

 

Hoping this doesn't happen again when I physically power it down.

 

Matt

 

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