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    Fast way to transfer data from nas to externall hdd

    looking for a bit of help.
    We had a powercut over night and the Buffalo cloud station that we use for work has now got a RAID error, the device and files are accessible but not now raided.

    i will need to go into the web config and try to rebuild the array though this shouldnt affect any of the files i have been advised to back up the data.
    What would be the quickest way of doing this to another external hdd?

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    Does your NAS have a quick copy facility? My NAS has a USB port and a button to press and it copies all data to the attached HDD.

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