Reviews and Problems with Seagate BlackArmor NAS 110 -series
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USB connector failed
Stephen Paul Linder "spl", Amazon
8 February 2012
Summary: Everything worked great until the USB connector failed after a year. After opening the enclosure I found that the USB connector had completely come off the circuit board. It appears that it was not soldered correctly. This is the first time I ever had a USB connector fail.
Summary: Just like a few people on here, my computer didn't recognize the drive upon plug-in. After some messing around within the Device Manager window, I got it to work. What did I do? I followed these steps 1. Open device manager 2. Click Universal Serial Bus controllers 3.
Summary: This is not a full-featured NAS (by today's standards at least) and it's really nothing to get all that excited about, but if you want 1TB of network storage then this Seagate BlackArmor 110 will give it to you.
Summary: I am happy with this drive for many reasons, and disappointed for two. This is a very well-built drive that seems like it will perform quite well for my purposes, which are media streaming. It has a browser-based management utility that is streamlined and easy to use.
Summary: I have 3 machines on my home network, each with four users. Backups of each machine should be private, while shared data (pictures, music, etc) should be public. The 110 claims to be able to do just this. However, I could never get it to work.
Summary: I have mixed feelings. Short story: Nice hardware, great potential (FPT, wiki, etc). Software unforgiving and difficult to decipher. Software is lacking and unclear and the instructions alternate between being very simple and helpful to abstract and cryptic or disjointed.