Below is taken from another post with a similar topic "CS407 doesnt reboot doesnt work
", but as I started my posts in this forum, I've just copied your test request
Please perform the following test:
1. Make sure that system is off
2. Remove all cables/devices connected to the Cube Station
3. Disconnect the power cords to the HDDs (you can leave the HDD's mounted in the system for now)
4. Apply the power cord
5. Turn on the system
6. Wait for two minutes, and post the results of the Blue LED, does it become solid after two minutes
Okay, I did step 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and the Blue LED became solid within a minute. So my initial thoughts are that the cubestation hardware is working correctly and that it's either a disk that is faulty or a SATA cable (can't rule that out, as I have had cable problems in the past, although if this is a cable problem I will be disappointed because it's been only a few months since the cables were replaced by Synology).
A. I then plugged the power cable in for HDD1 and restarted the cubestation. - <<It is working now>>
. Checked the status and my HDD1 is Volume 1.
B. I used the Synology AJAX menu to force a shutdown and then plugged in the power cable for HDD2 and started the cubestation. <<it is working too>>
. Checked the status and my HDD2 is Volume 3.
C. I used the Synology AJAX menu to force a shutdown and then plugged in the power cable for HDD3 and started the cubestation. <<it is working too>>
. Checked the status and my HDD3 is Volume 2, (which was not working before as I mentioned in previous posts).
D. Finally I used the Synology AJAX menu to force a shutdown and plugged in the power cable for HDD4 and started the cubestation. <<ALL DISKS are WORKING>>
. Checked the status and HDD4 is Volume 4.Conclusion:
I am puzzled.
What could be the problem?
1. Cables or
2. Hard Disks