Log in from administrator see if your anti virus's or your windows fire wall is not interrupting if not solved go to run in the start menu type command "chkdsk" "netuser administrator (the password you want to give)"
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to remove the hdd password do the follwing 1) Restart your computer. Note that during computer restart, the screen goes blank for 3 to 5 seconds. Text then appears and the operating system boots up. 2) As soon as the first text lines appear on the screen, press the "Del" key on your keyboard to enter the BIOS setup 3) Navigate to "Security" in the BIOS menu using the arrow keys on your keyboard 4) Navigate to the option "Hard Disk User Password" and press "Enter 5) Navigate to a hard drive, press "Enter" and select "Disable" to remove the hard drive password. 6) Press "F10" to save and exit the BIOS settings. Computer booting resumes.
Your My Book World should not be formatted or you will lose all ability to access it through the Network -- it will simply become a hard-drive at that point. There is software installed on the hard-drives that communicate with your Router in order to obtain an IP and be available as a Network Drive. If the drive and the Router are communicating, you should see an IP in the DHCP list of your Router. It is possible that the My Book World is not setup for DHCP, so if it is placed in an alternate environment with incompatible static IPs, it won't be able to access the Internet or be available locally. You can try a hardware reset on the drive and see if it pops up in your Router's DHCP/Client list, at which point it should also appear locally and over MioNet (MioNet will need to register the device to an account before it will appear in MioNet, but it must detect the drive locally in order to attach).
1. Turn off My Book World 2. Identify the reset button on the back of My Book World 3. Depress the reset button while restarting My Book World 4. Keep the reset button depressed for about 10 seconds after you see blue lights on My Book World
Take the drive to a pc store and ask the techs to move the HDD into a new shell and test it for you.
Most likely it's ok and you can just buy a new shell/enclosure for it.
If that doesn't work it may need the help of a recovery pro. If that's the case comment back here with your country/state/city and I'll pass on a recommendation for a nearby facility that can assist you in retrieving the files.