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|Posté le: Mer 4 Avr - 09:46 (2018) Sujet du message: Hardware problem.
Running RouterOS on a X86 computer for a couple of years now.
Recently I have some strange hardware issue, so from time to time (24-48 hours or so) ROS is not enable to write to the SSD disc (a Kingston 30GB mSATA disc), RouterOS reporting checksum error on random packages and SSH access sometimes don´t work at all. Also, sometimes accessing router by using Winbox only works with a blank password.. Backup also fails. A reboot/powercycle of the router always corrects all of the problems.
I have made a total reinstall from a CD, but it didn´t solved the problem. Also i have tried the /system check-disk command..
So maybe my SSD is causing the problem, or maybe the motherboard or disc controller is to blame, I dont know.
If I have to replace the SSD, I know that I can get a replacement key, but do I loose the license key If I replace all hardware but not the SSD? Is the license bound to something else than the SSD disc? Will my SSD run on a different X86 platform?
How do I solve this issue?
Any help will be apprecited.
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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