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Bill_S
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New Firmware Version 1.02.12 for the My Book World I & II (10/19/11)

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WD is happy to announce the release of its firmware update for the My Book World I & II.  For more information, please refer to Answer ID 3304.

 

Also, please feel free to post your experiences with the firmware update here in this thread.


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Jazzwhistle
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Re: New Firmware Version 1.02.12 for the My Book World I & II (10/19/11)

Great to see a new firmware for my My Book World 1 (white lights) after the 1.02.10 episode... manual installation went smoothly, and I can connect to the disk even with Time Machine, however I'm still getting exactly the same error as I was with 1.02.06 under Os X 10.7.2 when Time Machine tries to back up: 

 

'The network backup disk does not support the required AFP features'

 

Is there a setting on the NAS or in Lion that needs to be changed/updated, or did I miss something?

 

Thanks!

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DCIFRTHS
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Registered: ‎03-01-2011
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Re: New Firmware Version 1.02.12 for the My Book World I & II (10/19/11)

Thanks for starting the new thread - keeping us informed, in a coherent format, is greatly apprecaited.

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DCIFRTHS
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Re: New Firmware Version 1.02.12 for the My Book World I & II (10/19/11)


Jazzwhistle wrote:

Great to see a new firmware for my My Book World 1 (white lights) after the 1.02.10 episode... manual installation went smoothly, and I can connect to the disk even with Time Machine, however I'm still getting exactly the same error as I was with 1.02.06 under Os X 10.7.2 when Time Machine tries to back up: 

 

'The network backup disk does not support the required AFP features'

 

Is there a setting on the NAS or in Lion that needs to be changed/updated, or did I miss something?

 

Thanks!


After you see the error message, does the Time Machine backup successfully, or do you get a failure?

 

You mentioned that you can connect to the disk. Does htis mean that you can browse the Time Machine backups using the GUI on your Mac. or you can browse it using Finder?

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Jazzwhistle
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Re: New Firmware Version 1.02.12 for the My Book World I & II (10/19/11)

After the error message time machine goes to "backup failed" status, and nothing is backed up.

 

I've never managed to get TM working before with this NAS... so I meant that I can connect in the finder either under NAS which shows under "Shared Devices", or with NFS using "nfs://192.168.1.199/nfs/Neil" using static IP setting for user share "Neil", or using AFP with "afp://192.168.1.199/Neil".

 

It looks to me as though this part of the log is the interesting part, starting (at the bottom...) with enabling AFP:

 

10/20 02:38:18  NAS daemon.info wixEvent[3647]: System Startup - System startup.
 10/20 08:38:18  NAS daemon.info init: Starting pid 6803, console /dev/ttyS0: '/sbin/getty'
 10/20 08:38:18  NAS daemon.info init: Starting pid 6800, console /dev/null: '/bin/touch'
 10/20 02:18:00  NAS daemon.notice afpd[6275]: afp_disconnect: primary reconnect succeeded
 10/20 02:17:58  NAS daemon.notice afpd[5635]: afp_dsi_transfer_session: succesfull primary reconnect
 10/20 02:17:58  NAS daemon.notice afpd[5611]: Reconnect: killing new session child[6275] after transfer
 10/20 02:17:58  NAS daemon.notice afpd[5611]: Reconnect: transfering session to child[5635]
 10/20 02:17:58  NAS daemon.notice afpd[6275]: afp_disconnect: trying primary reconnect
 10/20 02:17:57  NAS daemon.notice afpd[6275]: AFP3.3 Login by WD_Backup
 10/20 02:17:32  NAS daemon.err afpd[5635]: dsi_stream_read: len:-1, Invalid argument
 10/20 02:17:32  NAS daemon.err afpd[5635]: select: Invalid argument
 10/20 01:46:28  NAS daemon.notice afpd[5635]: AFP3.3 Login by WD_Backup
 10/20 01:45:42  NAS daemon.notice afpd[5611]: AFP/TCP started, advertising 192.168.1.199:548 (2-2-0-p6)

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Fab138
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Registered: ‎10-19-2011
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Re: New Firmware Version 1.02.12 for the My Book World I & II (10/19/11)

I started the update process through the web based interface and it has been running for an hour now but the progress of firmware update page is sitting at 70% for the last 30min. Since it says not to interrupt the process I'm wondering how long to wait before I need to do something. And what that something might be that I need to do?
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sacolumbo
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎09-28-2011
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Re: New Firmware Version 1.02.12 for the My Book World I & II (10/19/11)

FWIW, when I updated the firmware it seemed to be stuck at 40% for over an hour. I was about to call WD support, but I closed the browser and started up the Network Storage Manager again, and it said firmware 1.02.12 was installed. So far (about 3 hrs.) everything is working fine.

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Simonaz
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Registered: ‎03-20-2011
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Re: New Firmware Version 1.02.12 for the My Book World I & II (10/19/11)

What exactly does this fix?

 

Will this resolve my DLNA issues where my PS3 won't connect to the HDD via DLNA?

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Simonaz
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Registered: ‎03-20-2011
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Re: New Firmware Version 1.02.12 for the My Book World I & II (10/19/11)

Nope, it hasn't.

 

Can someone please explain (in idiot proof terms with no jargon) what this has done please as I can't see what it's fixed.

 

Thanks :smileyvery-happy:

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Esteves
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Registered: ‎10-13-2011
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Re: New Firmware Version 1.02.12 for the My Book World I & II (10/19/11)

After the update my twonky service lost the directory mapping. When i access the service the are no media avaliable. How can i fix the problem?

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