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ADS Tech NAS kit, Maxtor 250GB HD inside, attached to D link router,
power is on, router led acknowledges connection, but no icon on either my Dell GX1 with XP sp2, or my eMac with OS X 4.11.
Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Tim
You can log into your router and find out what IP address has been assigned to your NAS unit.
Then start up Internet Explorer Or Firefox and go to the address http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (replace with the IP address of the NAS unit).
That should get you in. Then you will have to set the workgroup and share parameters. Once you have it setup you can always map the NAS unit and use it as a external hard drive.
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