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CN-590

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Instructions for CN-590
Installing the Hard Drive:
1.Unscrew the thumbscrews at the back of the enclosure
2.Carefully slide the aluminum cover out carefully
3.Plug in SATA cable and SATA power cable into the appropriate ports on the rear of the HDD
4.Place the HDD in the bottom tray carefully
5.Mount the HDD with the 4 screws that came with the enclosure from the bottom mounting holes
6.Slide the tray back
7.Fix the screws tightly from back mounting hole
Installing the NAS to your computer:
1.Connect the USB interface
2.Open Disk Management and locate the hard drive
a. Disk Management (for Windows)
i. Go to Control Panel
ii. Click on Administrative Tools
iii. Click on Computer Management
iv. Under Storage, click on Disk Management
3. To configure hard drives:
a. Old Drives
i. Right click on the drive and delete partition in disk management
ii. Create new primary partition
iii. Assign a new drive letter
iv. DO NOT FORMAT

b. New Drives
i. Create new primary partition
ii. Assign a new drive letter
iii. DO NOT FORMAT
4.After you have created a new primary partition and assigned a drive letter, turn the unit off and change the cable to RJ45 interface
CONNECTING TO NAS option 1:
5.Connect RJ45 from the unit directly to the PC/Notebook Ethernet port
6.Turn on the unit and access the NAS through browser.
7.Web address: 169.254.0.1
a. User Name: admin
b. Password: admin
8.You should see disk information on the status page
9.Check IP Configuration tab and make sure it is set to Automatic IP (this will allow your router to give DHCP IP address to your NAS
10.Click on Disk Utility
11.Click Format (this formats to FAT32)
12.Connect your RJ45 cable back to your PC and router
13.Connect your NAS to the router
14.Download Scan tool to check your NAS IP address
15.Place the IP on the web browser
a. User Name: admin
b. Password: admin
*Once you have set or changed any configurations on your NAS, you will need to restart the unit to take effect.
CONNECTING TO NAS option 2:
5.Connect RJ45 from the NAS unit directly to the router
6.Download Scan tool to check your NAS IP address
7.Place the IP address on the browser
a. User Name: admin
b. Password: admin
8.You should see disk information on the status page
9.Click on Disk Utility
10.Click Format (this formats to FAT32)
a. This may take up to a few minutes to complete.
*All other features please check your manual.
**Once you have set or changed any configurations on your NAS, you will need to restart the unit to take effect.
Your NAS is now ready to use. Please follow all other instructions for each feature in the user manual.
Once you have set or changed any configurations on your NAS, you will need to restart the unit to take effect.

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