Replacing a Failed NAS?

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PLANNING AHEAD: I have 1511+ with HD in all 5 bays. Been running several years. Have been periodically replacing HDs as a precaution. [B]Question: What do I do should my NAS unit fail? How do I get HD set up in a new, replacement NAS?? Initial install formatted installed drives... ????? Thanks for link/advice![/B]
 

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