Question about Buffalo Technology HD-HG400LAN (HDHG400LAN) 400 GB Network Storage Link
I turned the unit off while on a short vacation and when I turned it back on, neither laptop or desktop can access my shares. The desktop doesn't see anything through the NAS client utility, but the laptop does. Even though it can see it, it still says that the drive isn't attached to the network when clicking on view shares.
Any ideas on how to hook it back to my network?? Any help with GREATLY be appreciated!!
Log on the computer to "administrator" account both system will see each other. To do this:
when computer prompted to type your password , Simultaneously press" Ctrl+Alt+Delete" 2 times and you'll prompted to type the username: Just type "administrator" and then enter(note: applicable if the the administrator username has no password.)
any problem regarding the solution please notify me for further information.
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
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