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  1. RMA's - Data Recovery Policy
    [Answer ID: 14159]
    All Buffalo RMA's are replaced with functional units. Buffalo cannot be held responsible for lost data. All data recovery will need to be performed by the user before sending in the defective unit....
  2. Model Regional Differences
    [Answer ID: 14120]
    Products with the same name sold by different divisions of Buffalo in various countries are not necessarily identical. For example, the wireless channels used are often different in each country, due to government regulations....
  3. DriveStation Install on Windows 2000/XP when Drivers are not Automatically Detected
    [Answer ID: 14241]
    If it is not automatically working, Windows will probably see the unit as a "USB 2.0 to IDE Bridge" in Device Manager.Right click on this and choose Properties.Go to the driver tab and choose "Reinstall Drivers" or "Update Drivers". This will bring up the Hardware Install Wizard....
  4. Converting FAT32 file system to NTFS for External USB Storage
    [Answer ID: 14135]
    The DriveStations ship with FAT32 as their filesystem.This is because FAT32 is compatible with Apple OS, and Windows. Converting the DriveStation to NTFS can resolve this.Go to 'Start' > 'Run' and then type: diskmgmt.msc and press OK...
  5. LinkStation GUI sees "device" when DriveStation is attached, but not in format menu.
    [Answer ID: 14286]
    Linkstation GUI sees "Buffalo storage device" when DriveStation is attached, but in format menu, the only one listed is the internal disk.This is caused by Auto/manual switch on DriveStation, LinkStation Firmware....
  6. Backup program cannot save files to the DriveStation.
    [Answer ID: 14293]
    If Backup program cannot save files to the DriveStation, it needs to be reformatted.You will need to reformat the DriveStation with NTFS, Mac OS Extended, or XFS.* Note: FAT32 is limited to 4GB filesizes....
  7. MAC machine Unable to See DriveStation
    [Answer ID: 14322]
    it needs to switch to 'auto' mode.Power down Mac and DriveStation.Plug DriveStation into Mac while Mac is powered off.Toggle switch on back of DriveStation from 'manual' to 'auto'.Power on DriveStation....
  8. DriveStation TurboUSB CD: Software for Windows or Mac Missing
    [Answer ID: 14363]
    Users can download the software from the following links on the Buffalo website:http://www.buffalotech.com/select-your-region
  9. USB Hard Drive is not detected on NAS
    [Answer ID: 14110]
    The Buffalo NAS is only able to read NTFS. If users need to write to the USB drive(s), they will have to be formatted by the Buffalo NAS.If users are going to format the drives, it is highly recommended to first copy all the data on to the Buffalo device or any other destination, then format the USB drives on the Buffalo NAS (ext3 or XFS are recommend) , then copy the data back to the USB drive....
  10. Auto switch on the back of DriveStation
    [Answer ID: 14199]
    The switch is for the 2 different power modes.Auto works with the Power save utility to automatically or manually shut the unit on or off from the computer.Manual requires the unit's power to be controlled manually....
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