QNAP & Thecus NAS

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Pierre Van Hoof
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QNAP & Thecus NAS

Post by Pierre Van Hoof » Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:38 am

I have 2 NAS-systems
1° Thecus N4200Pro with 4X 3GB Seagate disks in Raid 5
2° QNAO DS212 with 2x 3GB Seagate disks in Raid 1

Both NAS are mapped as Network drives to my PC

Witch product should I use to recover lage (25 - 30 MB) Canon CR2-files and Adobe DNG-files from both NAS ?

Does this work just using the mapped Network drives ?

THanks for your assistance

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Re: QNAP & Thecus NAS

Post by Corsari » Mon Jun 02, 2014 8:36 am

Have you deleted such RAW images?
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Re: QNAP & Thecus NAS

Post by Alt » Mon Jun 02, 2014 10:22 am

What did actually happen? Did you delete the files or the NASes crashed?

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Re: QNAP & Thecus NAS

Post by Pierre Van Hoof » Tue Jun 03, 2014 2:04 am

The idea was to replace the 3TB disk by 4TB disk on my Qnap Nas.
So I MOVED all my cr2 files to my other NAS (a Thecus with 4x 3 TB in RAID 5 )
Then I remove the 3TB disk from my QNAP and put 4TB in it
Then I move back my pictures from the Thecus to the QNAP
And now a hole folder (mariages pictueres) is missing.

I hope i just delete a filder from the QNAP 3TB disk , witch are untouched in a box... I hope to recover data from those disk

My actual pc does not support 3TB disk :-(

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Re: QNAP & Thecus NAS

Post by Alt » Tue Jun 03, 2014 6:38 am

RAID1 is a mirror, that is, both disks have the same data. You may take one disk out of the NAS, connect it to a computer with R-Studio and scan it. The photos should be in a deleted folder.

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