blackvoid NAS SSD and DSM migration - the quick way

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blackvoid NAS SSD and DSM migration - the quick way

Have you ever managed to upgrade the hdd setup in your nas without the need to backup anything and still get the result you wanted? Let’s see how you can upgrade a 2bay NAS from a single disk to a two drive setup without the need to reinstall DSM or to do any massive data transfers to a separate external disk or a new NAS.

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