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       WDTV used to see W7 shares, suddently stopped
    TheStigh
    post Dec 2 2011, 05:33 AM
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    Hi to ya all!

    Strange problem happened a month ago.

    My WDTV HD has worked flawlessly for over a year using a shared folder on my W7 32 bit Pro.
    I also bought a second WDTV HD and it also worked.

    Suddently it all stopped!
    It did not occour after any software update, it just happend...
    The stranger part is that they didnt stop on the same day, it happend at least with one week between them...(?)

    Now both units doesn't see the share at all.
    Have tried everything, turn off, turn on, tweaks... nothing. I've changed IP on my local W7, no differences.

    To make it more strange, all other computer on the LAN see, and can access my shares on the W7 pc.

    So my problem isn't that I cant access or play files, my problem is that the share itself is gone on the WDTV's!

    So I'm out of solutions to try...
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