However, much to my dismay the I was unable to configure the device once I shoved in the disks, powered it up, and connected to it with the Buffalo Smart Phone Navigator.I figured that this was not a big deal however, so I tried the installable Windows App from my Windows 7 Vm. Fortunately the site that I borrowed the above image from (here) and this site (here) give advice on how to fix the issue. The exact changes, and the in its entirety are below.You can put the Windows firmware updater by adding the section below to the [Special Flags] Debug=1 Restart LSUpdater.exe, rightclick the icon on the top left of the tool bar and select 'Debug' See this video The same version of the Firmware can then be applied by ticking 'Do not check version' and 'Force update' in the resulting screen.The Operating System used by the Buffalo Link Station Duo (LS-WXL) is installed onto the HDD, which means when the HDD is/are removed there’s no operating system to run.The Buffalo NAS Navigator was also able to connect to the device, however the device showed that it was currently booted in what was called “Emergency Mode”. First step is to download the Buffalo Linkstation Firmware Updater that you can get here.
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Please make sure that you read the entire page carefully.
Probably hundreds of thousands of Link Station users have sucsessfully flashed their firmware. Typically, problems are home-made when people don't manage to follow instructions.
Had to write a short post on the issues I had updating the firmware of the Buffalo LS220 series Network Attached Storage device.
You want to make some changes to the setup of your 1 month old Buffalo LS220D NAS unit.