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edgardiaz
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Message 21 of 26

Re: Iomega ix4 200d Firmware

i had an iomega IX4-200d with could and has the 2.1.x code, need to upgrade the chassis, and put bigger hard disks.

 

tryit every step i found to upgrade the chassis firmware without any working solution, even the downloaded package with app who create the usb, nothings comes up, still kind of bricked on pendrive and network icons on lcd screen, and after reboot, still 2.1 code with red web.

 

where the hell i could get the 3.0 image to upload to the chassis ?

 

need to share the SN of the NAS ?? 7tc21102e5 this is ....

 

the mac addresses just for be sure about the IOMEGA/EMC i really i had it ? please need help

mr_magoo
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Message 22 of 26

Re: Iomega ix4 200d Firmware

If still somebody is interested, i can upload the files for the recovery, update and also images of them... :-)
sardauker
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Message 23 of 26

Re: Iomega ix4 200d Firmware

Yes, please.

the more the better.

edgardiaz
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Message 24 of 26

Re: Iomega ix4 200d Firmware

please, i need it working my nas ASAP

mr_magoo
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Message 25 of 26

Re: Iomega ix4 200d Firmware

I will point to a almost similar solution here in this forum - just saw it: https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Iomega-Desktop-Network-Storage/Iomega-IX4-200d-Boot-Loop/td-p/3318086/p...

Then, there is another solution that gave me the following statements for writing the nand from scratch:
setenv initrd_size 0x2f0000
saveenv
tftpboot 0x2000000 zImage
tftpboot 0x12000000 initrd
nand erase 0x2d4000 0x2f000
nand erase 0xb0000 0x224000
nand write.e 0x12000000 0x2d4000 0x2f0000
nand write.e 0x2000000 0x0b0000 0x224000
reset

The keypoint was to delete all existing partitions and to have the USB-Stick ready in the device with the emctools-folder on it. After entereing the reset-command, the NAS reboots and starts to search for an operating system, but cannot find any. So it starts to check USB for boot-files and copies them over to the one disk (without any partitions on it!) we installed. After that, the unit will just power off. Now fill up the unit with the other 3 empty disks and restart it. You can connect it to the normal network then and access it via browser. Just confirm the overwriting of the disks and give it the time needed to prepare the raid. Done.
mr_magoo
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Message 26 of 26

Re: Iomega ix4 200d Firmware

Also, I'm actually uploading the files to my online-storage. Will post, when done. Cheers.

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