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HELP! NAS540 constantly beeps

L4z33wL4z33w Posts: 6  Junior Member
edited January 12 in Discussions
Hello, I need help with an NAS540.

After I had disconnect one HD while booting, the NAS doesn't boot anymore.
When I start it up, it starts to beep constantly. I cannot do anything, there is now way to restore the defaults.

How can I rescue this NAS?

Please help me. 

best regards


#NAS_Jan_2020
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  • MijzelfMijzelf Posts: 1,280  Paragon Member
    Does it also beep if you start it without disks?
  • L4z33wL4z33w Posts: 6  Junior Member
    @Mijzelf

    Yes, it beeps everytime, with or without disks
  • MijzelfMijzelf Posts: 1,280  Paragon Member
    That could be a damaged flash. Reflashing might help. I should have a flashing script for the 5xx somewhere, give me some time to search for it.
  • L4z33wL4z33w Posts: 6  Junior Member
    @Mijzelf
    Oh that would be nice!!! Take your time & thank you!
  • MijzelfMijzelf Posts: 1,280  Paragon Member
  • L4z33wL4z33w Posts: 6  Junior Member
    edited January 12
    @Mijzelf

    You made my day! Many many thanks!
    the usb stick worked well, after flashing it runs now without beeps.

    Greetings
  • SYUNG61SYUNG61 Posts: 2  Junior Member
    Hi, I have exactly the same issue but after flashing my NAS540 the hard drives lights were off. I have no access to the NAS any more. Please help.
  • MijzelfMijzelf Posts: 1,280  Paragon Member
    Have you already tried a factory reset? Press the reset button on the back until it has beeped 3 times (+/- 15 seconds)
  • SYUNG61SYUNG61 Posts: 2  Junior Member
    The reset button no longer works as well. There is no beeping sound at all with or without the drives.

  • MijzelfMijzelf Posts: 1,280  Paragon Member
    If the box doesn't noticeable boot, and the reset button doesn't work, the only way (AFAIK) to do something useful is hooking up the serial port. Here I have written something about it. Note: the serial port is not rs232, but TTL 3.3Volt. Hooking up a rs232 connection will possibly fry the CPU.
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