It works! But I am having problems booting with the correct MAC and serial.
Still working on it.
You give me hope that I may be able to do the same for my dead DS710+ which I also suspect has a dead BIOS!I first noticed that the BIOS on the device was faulty, so I used an old know keyboard shortcut to, reflash BIOS with the official version from the .pat file.
Thanks, have given that a try, without success so far, but I have a few follow on questions, which hopefully someone knows the answers to!Ctrl-Home perhaps, file name should be AMIBOOT.ROM as found in Synology bios.ROM file
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Thank you, your img-file helped me.
I booted from live cd ubuntu, then clone with 'dd' internal USB to image. (always make backup).
Then I writed your image file from archive to internal usb drive(also with "dd"). after this then I replaced in internal usb rive only one file "vendor" from my backup. The partition had size 99mb.
Finally I restarted was and it's wok with correct serial number and macs.
Thank you, your img-file helped me.take it, open in RAR (despite of ZIP extension), change MAC according to case sticker