I have also installed the same strip of memory in my ReadyNAS Duo and all the problems with lack of response and web interface disconnections have disappeared. I was lucky it was a strip left over from a Laptop upgrade
darwinshafter wrote:I'm a real newb to the ReadyNas community. I purchased an NV+ a couple months ago and it's been running smoothly(there were some unresolved issues with permissions being part of a domain with AD). I decided it was time for an upgrade and I read good things about the Kingston KVR333X64SC25/1G and I upgraded.
So far what is happening is that It will say "Booting, Please Wait..." and then it goes to another screen that just says "Booting" and freezes there. I've tried resetting the OS, doing a factory default, updating firmware from usb, and it still freezes at boot. I get no network connectivity and there are no HD leds lit. The power button is blinking at "booting, please wait..." and then solid at "booting". If it helps I have 3 Hitachi 2TB drives installed and working with a lot of data!
I have to reinstall the original memory to get it to boot so this leads me to believe I have bad memory. What boggles my mind is that I have run 2 memory tests on both sticks of ram and both pass.
If anyone can help, many thanks in advance!
fbmachines wrote:Try the Corsair VS1GSDS333 stick. I've had good success with that model and it's $10 cheaper than the Kingston model at Newegg.
ChrisMc73 wrote:Is this the stick you are referring to?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... VS1GSDS333
ChrisMc73 wrote:Ok, so is there a stick that does for sure still work, today?
TechZ wrote:Just bought 1x 1GB stick of Kingston Value RAM,
Shows up perfectly as:
Memory: 1024 MB [2.5-3-3-7]
NAS: ReadyNAS NV+ [X-RAID]
Firmware: RAIDiator 4.1.7 [1.00a043]
Ran the onboard mem test app twice and passed.
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