Fred, somehow your NAS seems like it didn't initialize properly. Since you have no data on it, let's get you getting back to factory default. Do the following:
1. Turn of the NAS.
2. On the back of the NAS, above and right of the slot, you'll see a pin-hole. This is the system reset switch. Use a clip and depress the switch while the NAS is powered off, and keep it depressed for 30 secs. while powering on. You'll see the drive lights blink green at 5 secs and then at 30 secs. Release the switch when you see the 2nd blink.
3. It'll take probably an hour or so to initialize to where RAIDar will detect the NAS, and then a few hours more for the NAS to finish syncing the RAID.
4. When you click Setup and login from RAIDar, go to the Share menu and see if you see a default "backup" share. If you do, you're set.
Let us know how it turns out.