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Memory Advisor Tool in "links" tab. This short video shows how easy it is to upgrade memory in a NetGear ReadyNAS NV+ from ...
the factory installed 256MB to 1GB in order to improve performance.
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Male Speaker: Hi, this is the free computer consultant and today I wanted to do a screencast here in combination with a video on upgrading the memory in a Netgear ReadyNAS network attached storage device. We are going to start out here, I am going to show you what are IP address is. We have this PC connected directly to the ReadyNAS, so the ReadyNAS is our default gateway and is picked up this default address from its internal programming of 192.168.168.168, kind of weird but I guess but it doesn't conflict. Then is given our work station, ATHCP address of .1. So we can connect to the ReadyNAS device. I am going to do that with our browser here; I like Firefox.
As you can see, since we are not connected to the internet, particularly this device that will come up, but if we type in the address and you can see I've already had it here, with the 'slash admin' at the end, we will get the prompt here for the username and password. By default, 'admin', the password of 'infront one', that's the kind of shows the roots of this device. So it was created by Infront Technologies before Netgear bought them. Unfortunately, this screen doesn't scale real well and for online broadcasts, I can only show so much of the screen and -- but the point I wanted to show here is that, for memory, it has 256 megabytes and here it gives you actual timing of the memory as well. We'll be back to this screen to show what the memory is like after the upgrade. So let's go do that and come back.
Okay here, we see a ReadyNAS unit. This is powered on, you got the blue light there and four drive lights are all indicated. What I want to show you is on the display at the bottom. it will give us some nice information, but it kind of goes down when you are not using it, but if you just touch the power button and let go, try and get into focus, you can see there, that's the IP address which is pretty handy to know when you're trying to connect to it and tells us that there is a 2 terabytes of storage, that's there are four 1 gig disks here and one is a hot spare and the three are in RAID 5 and that's how it comes up with the 2 gig, 2 terabytes, and the 2 terabytes are free. Essentially, there is nothing on here. If I say gigabytes, excuse me, it is terabytes.
On the back of it, there are four screws we are going to take out in order to form this memory upgrade. I've actually taken out those four screws already just to make it a little bit more convenient here. The thing we wanted to do first is shut it down. To do that, we are going to -- we could do through the control panel or through the administration panel on the web browser, I will do it here by holding the power button. As soon as you see the text shutting down, you're going to of course let go. When it is all shutdown and we'll go ahead and disconnect the power and perform the memory upgrade. So disconnect the power cord and just for convenience sake, I guess I'll disconnect the Category 5 network cable as well as. As you can see, the side panels just kind of pop off, side back and come off. That's going to reveal four more screws on the top. To save you watching it here for just a second, pause the camera.
Okay, the screws are out. As you can kind of see here, the panel just comes right off and that reveals the memory inside. If you can place the other way the camera, if you just move these - pull the side tabs out, you can take the memory up to about may be 30 degree angle and easily comes off. What I have here is a gigabyte of memory from Crucial Technology and I'll try to remember to put a link to that on my website to get the right one. Then insert it again about at a 30-degree angle; make sure it's in all the way. Step it down and place; make sure those tabs are back in and we're ready to put signs back on.
Here we are into weight for the ReadyNAS unit to boot back up, shows us the IP address in the window with -- are going again. This workstation - even also new IP address, it still looks like there is limited connectivity, where it will connect, okay, just at the refresh button here. You can see that the memory now shows one gigabyte and then again, the timing is here.
So what I am expecting or hoping is that this unit will just kind of respond a little bit more quickly and will have few more users and give a little bit better performance, which of course there are other performance options here that you can work with to try to improve the performance of the unit, but those are kind of left alone and chosen just to add memory. I think it was about $65 at the time, obviously prices will change by the time you hear this. I will try to put a link to that crucial memory so that you get the right one.
But that's it for the screencast. Hope you've enjoyed it or want something about this Netgear ReadyNAS unit and upgrading the memory the default was just say the factory -- 256 Megabytes and higher 1 Gigabyte and we are looking for some better performance. Please visit my website www.freecomputerconsultant.com, for more tips and tricks and otherwise, you get the best out of your computing equipment. Thanks for watching.