Upgrade disks in NAS320S

I have a NAS320S and want to replace the 4tb disks with 8tb disks ...
I don't want to save what lingers on the 4tb drives because that data has been copied off ...
I simply want to replace the 4TB with the 8TB drives ...

Can I simply shutdown the NAS, remove both old (4tb) drive, then insert the 8tb drives and power up the NAS and setup the new drives?

Thanks in advance

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  • ikubuf
    ikubuf Posts: 134  Ally Member
    First Anniversary 10 Comments Friend Collector First Answer
    Yes, you can do it. Just move out the disk and plug in new one to create volume.
    If you have backup all the files, and the 4TB disk need to do other using.
    You can delete the volume first and shutdown the NAS then remove the 4TB disk from NAS.

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