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Buffalo TeraStation firmware Update Mac

This software updates the TeraStation's firmware to version 1.60. If your unit's firmware is already version 1.60 or later, you don't need this update.

Note: If your TeraStation is in EM mode, this firmware update might recover it.

- Fixed the bug where the TeraStation didn't boot properly with certain hard drives.

- Please contact technical support if you experience any issues caused by this firmware update.
- The update will take several minutes and you will receive a message when the it is finished. Do not turn the unit off until the update is finished.
- USB drives are not mounted automatically after a firmware update. To mount them, unplug and then reconnect them.
- After version 1.51, because new online update features and error codes were added, the message "I52: Unknown error occurred" may appear when the TeraStation detects the online update. If this happens, download and install the the newest NAS Navigator2.
- Updating from firmware version 1.10 or earlier may erase your time zone settings. If so, reset your time zone.
- If the newest NAS Navigator2 is not installed on your PC, the message "Unknown error occurred" may appear after the firmware update. If this happens, download and install the the newest NAS Navigator2.

It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available.

Do not forget to check with our site as often as possible in order to stay updated on the latest drivers, software and games.

Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. This will help if you installed a wrong driver. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.

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