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  1. #1
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    Squeezebox Slow - NVX

    I terrific.... help

    I buy one NAS NAV+ 1GB ram
    2 Drives 2TB (WD) and 2 Drives 1,5 TB (Seagate)

    I installed newest version Squeezebox for Netgear, but scanning 20hous and continue.....

    I have library 40.000 music in Lossless (apple) and Flac.

    What problem ?

    Thanks

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    Which ReadyNAS machine do you have? NV+ or NVX

    Quote Originally Posted by Abdo View Post
    I terrific.... help

    I buy one NAS NAV+ 1GB ram
    2 Drives 2TB (WD) and 2 Drives 1,5 TB (Seagate)

    I installed newest version Squeezebox for Netgear, but scanning 20hous and continue.....

    I have library 40.000 music in Lossless (apple) and Flac.

    What problem ?

    Thanks
    Maybe there is a language problem here - all your other posts have been about a ReadyNAS NV+. Your title here mentions "NVX" then in the body you say "NAS NAV+".

    I must assume that you have the - "ReadyNAS NV+" as in your other posts. Same answer as all the other answers - SLOW CPU causing the scanning process to take a VERY LONG time. This is NORMAL, maybe not desirable but NORMAL.

    Nothing for you to do but be sure there are no errors logged for the disk drives (Frontview - Health) and no errors logged for the SC scan (Squeezecenter - Information - Scan Log).

    Jim
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdo View Post

    What problem ?
    Like all the others have said, your problem is the CPU speed of your NAS. It is not a problem with your hard drives. I use a QNAP TS-101 and can tell you it's even slower than your ReadyNAS at scanning my library.

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