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can`t upload to my readynas anymore

After i updated my readynas 102 software to version 6.9.4 i can`t upload any files anymore.

Timemachine backups however works like it should be.

Tried everything, but can`t get it to work :-(

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Re: can`t upload to my readynas anymore

> After i updated my readynas 102 software to version 6.9.4 i can`t
> upload any files anymore.

   A "WiFi Routers > General WiFi Routers" forum may not be the best
place to ask about a ReadyNAS device.  Perhaps a moderator will move it.
Many ReadyNAS-specific forums are listed here:

      https://community.netgear.com/t5/x/ct-p/en-netgear

   If the firmware update wrecked it, then I'd look into reverting to an
older firmware version.

   What, exactly, does "can`t upload any files" mean to you?  "can`t" is
not a useful problem description.  It does not say what you did.  It
does not say what happened when you did it.  As usual, showing actual
actions with their actual results (error messages, LED indicators, ...)
can be more helpful than vague descriptions or interpretations.

   How, exactly, are you accessing the NAS device?  Finder > Go >
Connect to Server..., or what?  (And then "upload" how, exactly?)

> Tried everything, [...]

   Then there's nothing left to be done.  Give up.

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Re: can`t upload to my readynas anymore

> After i updated my readynas 102 software to version 6.9.4 i can`t
> upload any files anymore.

   A "WiFi Routers > General WiFi Routers" forum may not be the best
place to ask about a ReadyNAS device.  Perhaps a moderator will move it.
Many ReadyNAS-specific forums are listed here:

      https://community.netgear.com/t5/x/ct-p/en-netgear

   If the firmware update wrecked it, then I'd look into reverting to an
older firmware version.

   What, exactly, does "can`t upload any files" mean to you?  "can`t" is
not a useful problem description.  It does not say what you did.  It
does not say what happened when you did it.  As usual, showing actual
actions with their actual results (error messages, LED indicators, ...)
can be more helpful than vague descriptions or interpretations.

   How, exactly, are you accessing the NAS device?  Finder > Go >
Connect to Server..., or what?  (And then "upload" how, exactly?)

> Tried everything, [...]

   Then there's nothing left to be done.  Give up.

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