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Changed computers. new computer has vista, cant load software

I have an ximeta NDU10-80 network storage drive. I upgraded to a new computer with vista and the software will not load, I keep getting an error.I assume it is a software issue with vista. Need to find out if there is an updated version of the soft ware. Mine is version 2.2.
I need to access thie device.I have two other computers on the network with XP and they are still fine.

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Should I remove Windows Vista on my Compaq Presario Laptop? It is installed as OE but I amm told Microsoft does not support it anymore


For the past few upgrade cycles I have upgraded by purchasing the best value new computers with the OS installed. I connect the old computers to the new via a home network. The newest has Win-7 and is much faster, however, the learning curve is steep getting all the old stuff to work. So for some stuff I still rely on the older machine. This has given me the best results.I still use Vista and XP, but if you feel compelled to upgrade do to security reason I would follow the following outline.
  1. Back up on an external USB drive all important documents. You must do this if not Murphy's rules will apply and it can be a train wreck!!
  2. Down load Acronis from Western Digital website. Make a Boot disk.
  3. Create a clone copy of your master C:/ drive on an external USB drive.
  4. Purchase a same or larger internal PC master C: drive "It must be a Western Digital for the free version of Acronis to work"
  5. Replace current drive with new.
  6. Using Acronis boot disk boot up and connect USB drive
  7. Clone new drive from USB with vista OS using the Acronis boot disk and confirm all is well
  8. You now have a way to go back. Your original drive still has the Vista OS with all your Junk and the new drive should have the same.
  9. Using the new drive go to the Microsoft website and go for OS seven. Keep your clone copy of the vista OS on the USB drive in case the seven blows-up during install.
  10. Retain the original C: drive with the vista OS in case you get into difficulty with the new drive.(mark the drive with date etc)
I have successfully done this for computers and keep a drive loaded with a known good OS for the day it all goes bad.

Sync-toy is the backup program that I use to keep everything up to date.

Hope this helps?

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Win 7 64 bit freeze when starting XiMeta's NDAS NetDisk. I'm using newest version 3.72 from Ximeta website.


I have the same problem. I don't have the right solution but I discovered a workaround.
The problem occurs everytime when I install a windows 7 update.
My work around:
  1. When Windows determines an update I disable the NDAS service with msconfig
  2. The update is installed without the NDAS service operational.
  3. After update I enable the NDAS service with msconfig
  4. I restart my computer. Then it freezes.
  5. After a hard reset, the computer restarts in Safe modus. I restart my computer and my computer works, till the next windows 7 update. Then I start again van 1.
Very suboptimal, but it works.

Anton

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i think your Lexar is broke.. anyone can fix that is know about electronics circuit.

Jul 21, 2009 | Ximeta (NDU10200CU)

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Problems with Western Digital My Book World Edition


I have the same drive. It works great with windows XP but with Windows vista has difficulty seeing this type of drive and keeping the connection once it is established. Take it back if you have windows vista and then search for which 1TB drives work well with windows vista. It really has problems with windows vista 64bit. I was able to finally see the drive when I was using photoshop file/browse/network... then I dragged the shortcut Icon to my desktop and access the drive that way from that point on. Mine stopped completely tonight... I think the power cord went bad or something.

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I have a JVC gz-mg130u HD camcorder that willnot work in Vista


The short answer is that unless JVC have released a firmware upgrade to this model, currently its not support for use on vista.

You can try here though, for some upgrade info,

http://support.jvc.com/consumer/support/index.jsp

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Cant load Phillips gogear software


I would check Start --> Philips Digital Audio Player --> Philips Device Manager

If it is not there, check to see if the laptop is running Vista. If it is a Vista OS, get the firmware upgrade and updated software directly from Philips website

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XiMeta's NDAS NetDisk and Windows Vista Blue Screen


Take a look at this: http://www.ximeta.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=13. The patch from Microsoft worked for me.

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Power on NetDisk


try connecting the drive to a different system and see if that works.Incase it workd on another system than reinstall the USB drivers by going into the device manager.Also you could try different USB cords as there could be an issue with that as well.

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Switching to vista


Im not sure what you mean by restoring. If you upgraded to vista the only way to go back to windows xp is to reformat your hard drive.

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