My MP101 worked pretty successfully off a pc but then I bought an imac. All my music is now on that but the MP101 server won't work on the mac. I guess there's a way to work it out wirelessly (I'm no expert) but it would be better if the server would load on the mac - any bright ideas?
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hi , after research i have found that this is a problem for more than just you my friend, if you have the installation disk the most common repair is to un install and reinstall all settings again, long winded maybe but if you check this site http://forum1.netgear.com/showthread.php?p=69974 you may find out more
Of course you don't need the disk that ships with it. Google or Dogpile or whatever for JVC software for your model and find a trustable site, like a site of JVC's; grab and install the software. For example, the stuff behind http://www.jvc-victor.co.jp/english/download/dap/xa-mp51_mp101/firmware_licence.html
It's something of a surprise that the thing doesn't mount as a flash drive as it is, which should be sufficient for loading it up with MP3s. Then again, it's no prize piece of electronics on the whole.
I've had a similar issue with a Netgear wireless print server. I had to
configure it via Windows but was finally able to get it all working by
using the Mac CUPS interface.
Funny this, We are doing the same thing! same wireless connect, but I am on a PC you can switch all of your files, but you would have to upload them or ask your mac seller if they could transfer it for you.