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Move the unit to a cool place with good airflow and no objects blocking the fan. multiple blinks Writing to Flash ROM. The number of flashes is the ones place of the error code. If the LED still turns on, contact Buffalo technical support for assistance. check over here

The LAN port on the back lights up but NAS Navigator says that no NAS was found.I've tried booting it with 0/1/2 HDD's in it, with and without the LAN cable Format the hard drive. Info/Error LED The Info/Error LED blinks orange when there is a message. I cant see it on the network at all.

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E15 Hard drive cannot be found. I12 The RAID array is being degraded mode. Place of information code Status Display example 10s place of information code The LED illuminates for 1.0 seconds every 0.3 seconds. I22 Erasing the data of the hard drive.

  • E10 Operating from UPS battery.
  • Do not turn off LinkStation.
  • Although this is my first "proper" NAS, I've not had this issue before.  Logged Jotin Big Bull Posts: 4201 Re: Linkstation Pro (LS-WXL) Errors (red and orange lights) « Reply #12
  • Do not turn off LinkStation.
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  • For details, see the separate sheet "Hard Drive Replacement Procedure".
  • Function LED Display Status Solid Blue DirectCopy is ready (lights for 1 minute).
  • Logged PM me for TFTP / Boot Images / LSRecovery.exe file.
  • Reattach the USB device to the LinkStation.

I22 Erasing the data of the hard drive. But if I press Function on the back I get back to one flashing blue power light.But not seen by NASNavi.... Replace hard drive X. Buffalo Nas Amber Light E16 Hard drive cannot be found.

The number of flashes is the ones place of the error code. Please tell us how we can make this answer more useful. Information code Descriptions I10 The internal temperature for the LinkStation may exceed the allowable value. The fan is spinning too slowly or has stopped.

Replace the hard drive. Buffalo Linkstation Degraded Mode I20 Formatting the hard drive. Anyway, I followed these instructions I found elsewhere on here:1. Or is it a hardware issue. If Disk 2 is dying after only 2 years, whats the likely hood of disk 1 also going the same way? Lastly, the cause - other than

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Logged Matt_C Calf Posts: 23 Re: Linkstation Pro (LS-WXL) Errors (red and orange lights) « Reply #13 on: November 08, 2011, 02:13:31 pm » The RAID array is 0 - so My question is - if the error is in drive 1, can i simply replace this drive without effecting the 3 in raid? Buffalo Linkstation Flashing Red Light I21 Checking the hard drive. Buffalo Linkstation Solid Orange Light In Windows 7 64 bit (Win XP is OK), disable firewall and Antivirus, set PC to IP address 192.168.11.1, start TFTP server (I used V1.41).

Note: The messages are also available (uncoded) in NAS Navigator2. check my blog Operation will continue, but in degraded mode. There is a popular FAQ about what to do about this: http://forums.buffalotech.com/index.php?topic=10185.0 Basically the device _should_ make an tftp request to a fixed IP to download it's boot files and then I'm going to order a spare disk for this NAS and another Buffalo nas? Buffalo Linkstation Flashing Red Light 3 Times

Though the software isn't especially helpful looking for errors. When I power it up it seems to fire up the HDD's OK and the Power LED flashes blue for about 20s but then the red fault LED flashes 6 times Top Profile Reply with quote daveheath Post subject: Re: Think I have a dead LS-WXL but not surePostPosted: Fri May 16, 2014 10:10 am Offline Newbie Joined: Thu May http://contactmailsupport.com/buffalo-linkstation/buffalo-linkstation-info-error-flashing-red.php I26 Initializing the settings in the Web Admin interface.

Power LED Display Status Solid Blue The LinkStation is powered ON. Buffalo Linkstation Solid Amber Light Replace the hard drive indicated by the red LED. Big tip - the vast majority of links and advice provided around the web about fixing this E06 problem either leads to dead links, self references or to versions that are

I25 Updating the firmware. *Do not turn LinkStation OFF during the update.

Hope these pointers help someone else! E15 The bad sectors in the hard drive have reached a dangerous level. I27 Checking a USB hard disk. Buffalo Linkstation Firmware Update It powered up and everything seemed fine (single orange light during part of the power up, manual says that means "Checking the system area") It ran fine, so I tried copying the

Detach the USB device from the LinkStation. The number of long flashes give the first of two numbers and the number of short flashes give the second. To be safe, I would suggest you first copy the data off the raid array before proceeding further. have a peek at these guys I've had 3 drives fail on me in 7 years.

Replace the failed drive indicated by the red LED. After replacement, rebuild the RAID array by following the setup screen after starting the LinkStation.