There might be different architectures available - so probably not. Check the Forum for user reports please.patricklee99 wrote:- All the memory module compatible with DDR3 1066 DRAM supported?
Wrong. Only one module is user accessible, this is empty on delivery. This is documented in the link I gave you just a few posts back.- Since the Intel Atom C2700 processor does support DRAM of up to 4 GB total, I can only install max 2GB model into the TS-469 pro. Is that right?
I don't think this would make any sense. The DRAM market is much to volatile. If you are concerned about plug-and-play compatibility, buy direct from shop.qnap.com- Is that any support list for the memory module of the TS-469 pro?
No there isn't as the only memory expansion supported by Qnap are with one of the 1 GB or 2 GB modules bought from their own shop. That will give a total maximum RAM of 2 or 3 GB.patricklee99 wrote:- Is that any support list for the memory module of the TS-469 pro?
_Robb_ wrote:Is it true that the TS-469 is 64-bit and the TS-459's are 32-bit?
Is copy share (old) to share (new) an option over the network? Takes it's time - but it's the most simple one.patricklee99 wrote:1. I already have one TS-209 pro II and how can I transfer the data into the new TS-469 pro? Is that I should use something like ajaxplorer?
Not fully convinced - see 3).patricklee99 wrote:2. Can I plug the harddisk in TS-209 pro II into the USB of the TS-469 for file copying?
It's EXT3 - however, there is a little (unintentional) glitch - prohibiting to connect (not plug ino the internal slots) the HDD to your new NAS.patricklee99 wrote:3. What is the format for the harddisk in TS-209 pro II?
For 3), is that mean use the USB cable to connect the new and old NAS together or plug the harddisk in old NAS to the new NAS through the external USB box? Thanks.
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