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December 08, 2012

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You might find FreeNAS to your liking.

Yes, I agree. I have totally given up on Lacie products.

"network drives have tiny Linux computers inside" and "Windows did not see the drive at the software level." point to me that the drive uses a Linux file system. Putting it into a Linux computer should have been the first try ;-)

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