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Black Armor NAS 110 Data Recovery


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I have an MacBook Pro and a home network. Had a Black Armor NAS 110 attached and it failed. Purchased a OWC Elite Pro and installed NAS drive into new case and attached via USB to MacBook.

How can I recover data from the NAS drive???

Thanks for all input.
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The best bet would be to put the disk in another Black Armor NAS 110 case.

Each NAS can format the drive with a different file system, so you'll have to check how your drive was formatted in order to make sure you can access it though a USB port.

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The best bet would be to put the disk in another Black Armor NAS 110 case.

Each NAS can format the drive with a different file system, so you'll have to check how your drive was formatted in order to make sure you can access it though a USB port.

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Joster,

THANKS! That's probably the easiest thing to do. I was also wondering if I just could order the controller board for the unit, replace it and go from there. But don't know if you can just by the board. Any thoughts on that???
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