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I write this as an answer because of your comment. First, I don't have any of your NAS boxes, neither i had a chance to use them. but according to this document. Your Iomega ix4-200D is using a package manager named ipkg. Backup your /etc/ipkg.conf file. then delete everything in it. paste the lines below: vi /etc/ipkg.conf add these lines: src ...


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It will almost certainly work. You are replacing one SATA storage device with another SATA storage device. The only tricky parts could be: Does it actually use SATA internally (almost certain, but not mentioned on the page you linked to). Assuming it does use SATA: Does it physically fit?E.g. do I need something to hold the 2½ SSD in place if I ...


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On Your Windows Machine Create a folder - I wouldn't recommend using an entire partition because you have to use the format Letter$ (e.g. D$) in your camera interface Share the folder: Right click -> Share with... -> Specific people... -> add your Windows user (I would recommend creating a user specifically for this function - E.g. CamUser) -> grant the ...


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Not sure, but through firmware It certainly is possible, so only download firmware (and drivers and upgrades for apps that came with your device) from a trustworthy site. That does not mean your PC (or external device) is infected, though. It also depends how the firmware is installed -- if you must execute an application on your PC to install the update, it ...


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The tricky thing about moving a Time Machine backup from a local hard drive to a remote server (or vice-versa) is that Time Machine uses a native HFS+ partition directly for local backups, but when backing up to a server over AFP, it creates a "sparsebundle" disk image. You can use Disk Utility to make a sparsebundle image of an HFS+ partition, and then put ...



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