Disassemble SPD 8020 hard disk

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Disassemble SPD 8020 hard disk

Postby tilt_from_arch » Sun Oct 02, 2016 12:07 pm

Hi you all :)
I'm trying to recover my spd 8020, no way to locate it on my lan :(.
I think the hard disk or db got corrupted, so I'm following the guide to repair my old hard disk, as stated here:
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=234&sid=72113c2abf23c02ce0cd5e748d0c1077#p1514
This can be used to install a bigger one or repair/replace a damaged one.

  1. So the first thing I need to do is to disassemble the hard disk from the spd8020 case;
  2. Then plug it to a computer (I can use a SATA to USB adapter), to make a backup of my files (if it is possible);
  3. Then I will setup the original hard disk as it were a new one.

Sadly, I'm currently stuck at step 1, because I cannot manage to extract the hard disk from its case :P
Quoting from howto-new-HDD-spd8020.pdf:
DONE Remove the two screws on the back and pull the interior out a little, be careful there is a small wire for the front panel attached to the main board. This needs to be disconnected before you can pull out the interior completely.
STUCK HERE Removing the old HDD is straight forward.

I post a picture, could someone show me how to remove the hard disk?
disassemble_nas.jpg

Thanks in advance, bye!
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Re: Disassemble SPD 8020 hard disk

Postby fvdw » Sun Oct 02, 2016 4:22 pm

Remove the 4 screws on the side of the hard disk, you can see two of them on your picture. There are two on lefthand side and two on righthand side. After that the disk can be lifted and taken out after disconnecting the cables for power and sata
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Re: Disassemble SPD 8020 hard disk

Postby tilt_from_arch » Thu Oct 06, 2016 8:25 pm

Thank you very much, I did it! :-D
:rock
I took advantage of this to try the custom firmware (xfvdw-sl-16-1-phn-3oct2015), too ;)

Now I can see my nas on my local lan, but I don't know user and password for the web interface...
Gonna check around this forum for the default user/password, thanks!
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Re: Disassemble SPD 8020 hard disk

Postby tilt_from_arch » Thu Oct 06, 2016 8:33 pm

Here they are, default user/password for web interface:
u: admin-nas
p: admin
source: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1448#p10324

Thanks again!
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