NetDisk is a data-storage device used by networks to store and access data shared on the network. The device connects to the network server externally using the Network Direct Attached Storage (NDAS) system patented by Ximeta, the manufacturer of NetDisk. If you need to perform maintenance on your NetDisk device, you will have to open its casing to access its components.
Things You'll Need
- Flathead screwdriver
- Ball-point pen
Place the NetDisk device on a flat surface with the front facing away from you.
Pry off the small logo plates located on each side of the rear portion of the device with a flathead screwdriver to expose the device's access holes.
Have another person insert a dull object, such as the tip of a ball-point pen, into each hole and apply moderate inward pressure to each object. This will disengage the internal latch connecting the top and bottom portions of the device.
Grab the device with one hand on the top and one hand on the bottom and slide each hand in opposite directions to separate the top and bottom portions, exposing the device's components.
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