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Need to reset my password on a Lacie Ethernet Disk mini

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SOURCE: Unable to locate Lacie Ethernet Disk Mini on the network

Lacie's out to lunch..you may be experiencing the old drivers are shot issues..get em from the main site, and reinstall, ok?

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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I had exactly the same problem, no access to the windows media server - the no space message - and all my users missing from the user tab.

Following up from gogogo123's comment, we simply cleared the log and it was fine. I can only assume that there is an internal file size limit on the log file, and if it can't write your actions to the log then it doesn't do them!

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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When I had this problem it turned out to be the power supply unit. Lacie replaced it - if you are out of warranty you can buy them for about £25 - and this solved the problem.

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Try unplugging the usb connector and plugging it back in. Your pc shouls recognize the installed component automatically. Also, some external hard drives work like normal pc's do: hold the power button in longer until something happens. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Ethernet Disk Mini, 500 GB Hard Disk Drive with Gigabit Ethernet & USB 2.0 Interface, 7200 rpm... IDE Hard Drive: I want toconnect my Lacie drive directly to my com...

do you have a router?.....yes, plug the ethernet cable from 500hd to router and ethernet cable from pc to router.........

have fun

Posted on May 21, 2010

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HDD Rest


The LaCie Ethernet Disk Mini is an external hard drive that you can connect to your computer through an Ethernet connection.


Those who work on large projects that might require more memory than a computer has can use one of these devices to save information from the project.


Video editors often use hard drives such as these because videos often take up so much memory on their computers.


To keep information on the drives secure, change the administrator password from time to time.


Type "http://edmini" into your Web browser.


Logon to the page using your current login information. The default username and password is "Admin."


Click the "Users" tab.


Click "Change the Administrator Password."


Type and confirm the new password.


or if this fails

http://majorgeeks.com/Dr._Freeware_System_Utilities_d6416.html

Support IDE/SATA/USB Hard Drives memory cards USB Memory Drives

Windows Password Cleaner
Available in Live CD to run offline
This is a utility to blank the password of any user that has a valid local account on your Windows system.
You do not need to know the old password to blank the password.

hope this helps

Oct 29, 2012 | LaCie Computers & Internet

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I have the Lacie Minidisk Ethernet 500 GB that contains all my house PC backup. I both an USB Minidisk Lacie (1 GB) in order to use MySafe feature but it never worked.


Hello Elio,

Use MySafe to back up the files stored on the Ethernet Disk mini Home to an attached USB storage device. This way, if files on the Ethernet Disk mini are damaged or accidentally deleted, you can restore them to their original locations.
There are three main steps to using MySafe,Connecting an external USB hard drive,Backing up files to the external USB hard drive,Restoring files to the Ethernet Disk mini (if necessary)
Before you can back up files, you need to connect a hard drive to your Ethernet Disk mini via the USB port on the back. Use a hard drive that is USB 2.0 compatible.
While connecting an external hard drive make sure your Ethernet Disk mini is turned on and connected to your network.Turn on the external USB hard drive.Connect the external hard drive's USB cable to the USB port on the back of the Ethernet Disk mini, just like you would connect the external hard drive to your computer.Confirm that the drive is properly connected. Log in and click on the Administer HipServ link. Click on USB External Storage under System.
To back up files, navigate to the file or folder you want to back up to the external hard drive and click on the disk icon in the "Backup" column of the file list.When you back up files to MySafe, the Ethernet Disk mini duplicates the file path in MySafe so that everything you back up is organized in MySafe just as in its original location. So, if you copy a file from MyLibrary, a MyLibrary folder will appear in MySafe, with all folders leading to the backed up file.

Always click the Safely Remove Drive button on the USB External Storage before unplugging your MySafe external hard drive. Wait for the interface to change and for the Use Drive button to appear before disconnecting the USB cable from the Ethernet Disk mini. Failure to safely remove your external hard drive before disconnecting the USB cable can cause data loss and/or damage the drive. Always use the Safely Remove Drive feature when disconnecting an external hard drive.

Jun 03, 2011 | LaCie Ethernet Disk Mini, 500 GB Hard Disk...

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My Lacie just quit working


Please reinstal the your operating system with drivers

Jul 05, 2008 | LaCie Ethernet Disk Mini, 500 GB Hard Disk...

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Lost Connection


Most problems I have had with Lacie NAS have been due to duff power supplies. Seems odd that it should make a difference but it does: the power supply seems to make hte connection hang which  you then can't reset just by turning off hte power.

Apr 28, 2008 | LaCie Ethernet Disk Mini, 500 GB Hard Disk...

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Lacie will not mount


hmm..power it down...wait a minute or three..try again..

may need new set of drivers..

Mar 28, 2008 | LaCie Ethernet Disk Mini, 500 GB Hard Disk...

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Unable to locate Lacie Ethernet Disk Mini on the network


Lacie's out to lunch..you may be experiencing the old drivers are shot issues..get em from the main site, and reinstall, ok?

Mar 24, 2008 | LaCie Ethernet Disk Mini, 500 GB Hard Disk...

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Lacie Ethernet disk mini 500 Gb


I had exactly the same problem, no access to the windows media server - the no space message - and all my users missing from the user tab.

Following up from gogogo123's comment, we simply cleared the log and it was fine. I can only assume that there is an internal file size limit on the log file, and if it can't write your actions to the log then it doesn't do them!

Jan 22, 2008 | LaCie Ethernet Disk Mini, 500 GB Hard Disk...

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