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Tritton T-NAS 120GB Vista connectivity

Small wired business network with several machines running XP and a laptop running Vista. I have had a Tritton T-NAS 120Gb network attached storage device that worked perfectly when all machines ran XP. Now the new latop running Vista can see the NAS, but **t access it. Other XP machines still get to NAS with ** problem.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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  • GvS3 Oct 05, 2008

    Not on the laptop running vista.



    All tthat I can do is use one of the other PC's running Xp to access the laptop folder/files to move to/from the NAS

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Did you ever have any luck connecting to your nas

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