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Iomega NAS - Raid 5 - invalid partition table

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We have a Iomega NAS, with 4 82 gig drives set up on a RAID 5. We booted the NAS today and got a "invalid partition table" error. Does that mean the error is on every drive in the RAID, or one of the hard drives is broke? The OS is a Iomega version of FreeBSD

Thanks in advance...
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Hi,

Is this NAS hacked at all?  Or is it the default OS setup?

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It is a default OS setup.
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It is a default OS setup.
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We put freeNAS on it.
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cool with me - gurutc
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