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If you shutdown the NAS, and take the offending drive to another computer. You can try a tool like mhdd or spinrite (grc.com). They may be able to force the drive to remap the sectors. However, 290kb maybe to many. Depending on the OS and file system of your NAS you maybe able to hide them. For example Windows with NTFS has chkdsk /r c: Linux with ...
All the bad blocks must be in one place as a scrach on the hard drive. So, try to recover everything you can and make 2 partitions around the faulty area.
I'm afraid that won't help you get it to boot anyway. Most likely there are critical system files in those damaged blocks, and you cannot access those. Your HD cannot be used anymore. The best you can do is to use ddrescue or similar tool to make a complete copy of the hard disk or what can be accessed from it to a file on another hard disk, and then use ...
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