This will depend on the machine. Some machines take one or the other, but some machines are capable of working with both drive types.

The easiest way to think of it is, SAS drives are typically found in Enterprise grade machines that require high speed drive functionality. SATA drives can ...

Once the information on the machine has been backed up safely. You can pull out the drive tray for the defective drive. On most units, there will be ...

Only certain machines support this ability. It is recommended before making any drive swap/upgrades to make sure to backup all data either to a cloud service ...

NO. NAS units have a very specific set of parameters and using aftermarket RAM can render the unit unusable. For this reason, we only recommend manufacturer ...

Simply disengage the locking mechanism or handle, pull the drive out roughly half way and push the drive back in, reseating the drive in the connector on the ...

After 20 days of receiving the unit, you would need to contact the manufacturer to have the drives replaced under the manufacturer warranty.

This would depend on the length of the time of ownership. If the drive was part of a configured NAS and the time of ownership is less than 20 days, we can ...

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