Reviews and Problems with Seagate BlackArmor NAS 220 -series
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Just too difficult for a "novice" to use
19 April 2013
Summary: I'm not a newbie or luddite, by any stretch. I enjoy my electronic toys. I practically live on my computer at work. But I'm not an advanced user, nor can I trot out the terminology. I got this drive thinking it would provide my with a simple, straight-foward home network.
Summary: This is the second Seagate BlackArmor I have purchased. The first one died. After one month, one of the HD keeps going on the blink, causing automatic restart. After 1 year, one HD died, and the second HD died 4 days later. The first Seagate went to heaven. I bought a replacement.
It's a 2TB drive that sits on the network ... that's about it
John S. Jones, Amazon
26 June 2012
Summary: 1) 2TB was reasonably big when I bought this 2-3 years ago, now it's mediocre; can be upgraded to 4TB/2TB RAID of course so that's not so bad 2) DLNA media service has never worked right (firmware build 2000.0601) 3) same build of the firmware had a dangerously bad behavior - when setting up a media...
Summary: We bought this drive in August. Both of us in our household are very technical; however, the Media Share functionality was not working on either the Mac or the Windows 7 machine we have in house. After multiple back-and-forth attempts with Seagate email support, I finally decided to call.
Summary: Like other reviewers I owned the Maxtor Black Armor that had full disk encryption. I wanted a higher capacity drive like my old one but was disappointed that the Black Armor applied to the backup software, NOT the disk encryption software. I will be returning this hard drive.
Summary: Seagate BlackArmor NAS 220 2-Bay 2 TB (2 x 1 TB) Network Attached Storage ST320005LSA10G-RK I purchased the Seagate Black Armor to serve as a reliable back up and retrieval storage system for my important projects and client files. It was far to complicated to set-up.
Summary: I needed something bigger than my external hard drive to back up my files on my home computer which runs on Windows XP. I'm just about of space and all I want to do is to move stuff from my computer to the Black Armor NAS data server. Looks like it just ain't gonna happen.
Summary: I am a reasonably proficient computer user, but not a techie. The instructions for this unit are difficult to use and often omit a step or two that are hard to figure out. Unless you are well-versed in IT, I would recommend a different unit.
Summary: Like reviewers Spivak and Deborah Dobbins, I too am very disappointed that a company like Seagate that I have regarded as the best in the business has produced a product that cannot be effectively backed up.
Summary: I ordered the Seagate 4 TB storage solution because I have space issues on my computer. I've been trying to find the right backup solution for some time now and have filled a couple of external hard drives seeking the right answer. When I saw this 4 TB solution it looked ideal.