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2011-07-04 05:18 PM
2011-07-17 02:51 PM
2011-07-17 04:20 PM
2011-07-17 06:33 PM
IvanOz wrote: Hi
If you're referring to the window that appears:
"Enter your user name and password to access the file server "readyshare"."
Enter your mac admin name and password – the same you'd use if you want to make administrative changes to your system.
Let me know if this helps.
2011-07-18 07:41 PM
2011-08-01 11:01 AM
IvanOz wrote: When I go to Finder>Go>Connect To Server I type smb://ReadyShare then i log in windows pops up asking me to log in as Guest or Register User.
This is where I type my Mac admin name and password as the registered user.
I have never set up a login for the ReadyShare device
Neither have I.
I get a "Error Code -43" message.
Have a look at this < http://support.apple.com/kb/TS2039 > to determine if it might have some bearing on your problem. I don't get an error message so it's hard for me to comment on this.
When I try to create a login in the router settings under USB Storage>Advance Settings>Available Network Folders it wont let me edit anything. Its says "No Disk. Any idea what could be happening.
Can't really comment here because my disk has always appeared in this window, and I have been able to fully edit the details. Sorry.
I read somewhere that this Router has issues recognizing Lacie drives but my computer detects something plugin but cant mount it. Thanks again.
The disk I have connected is a Lacie USB 1.5Tb. I have just tried it with a Lacie 2Big 2Tb and that works too.
The things I would consider would be...have you reformatted the drive in an incompatible format? Mine are formatted in Mac OS Extended Journalled.
Does your drive name or network path contain any "forbidden" characters as per the -43 Error mentioned above? I'd probably rename the volume something very simple to check this possibility.
Have you enabled the Media Server in the Router settings?
In the USB Storage Advanced Settings have you:
Network/Device Name: readyshare
Enable Network Connection
Leave the rest closed.
In the Available Network Folders:
Shared Name Read Access Write Access Folder Name Volume Name Total Space Free Space
Not Shared All - no password All - no password U:\
\\readyshare\Volume name All - no password All - no password U:\
LACIE MEDIA 1525088MB 1481050MB
Don't know if any of this will help. Hope it does.