I just thought I would include this from the linustechtips forums.
User: Neonkoala posted on August 2nd,2022
Edit the file:
Then find the option support_disk_compatibility and change it from yes to no
Synology DSM 7...
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Hi there, I just wanted to confirm that using Kingston memories
16GB DDR4 2666MHz SODIMM KCP426SD8/16
( 2x16 GB) on a DS 1621+ was a successfull operation, no issue for the moment.
Sometimes for the european customer is quite difficult to find it.. I did on local Amazon store in Italy ( ASIN ...
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I saw a Seagate 14tb exos
I made a hack for my Synology Devices so it uses now every hard disk i put into it.
After i tested it on my 2 devices i think its ok to post it on Github so everyone can try it. I have tested it with DSM 7.0.1.
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