12-18-2011 02:35 PM
12-20-2011 06:38 PM
I've been having the exact same problem. Everything worked fine for months and then one day my WDTV has no connection and can't find my ISP. I tried all the same things you did with no fix. All of my other devices worked on my wifi as well.
I'm about to try the 10 minute power down and see what happens.
By the way I use a AirLink101.
12-22-2011 03:17 PM
02-10-2012 01:56 AM
Just to update this, I went for option 2 in the end which is the homeplugs. They're 200mbps Newlink ones and everything works flawlessly with the odd reboot here and there which I can live with. So for all you guys out there experiencing issues with using wifi adaptors, save yourselves a lot of time & hassle and just buy homeplugs. It provides a much much better 98% trouble free experience.
02-10-2012 02:00 AM - edited 02-10-2012 02:03 AM
Recently though, I've noticed that the WDTV's have stopped detecting my computer altogether. When I try clicking on Network Share option, nothing happens at all. It just doesn't respond with an error or anything. It still allows me to access Youtube etc. The only way to fix this is if I restart a Windows service called 'Server' on my computer. After a minute or two, everythings back to normal. Unfortunately, I'm having to do this each day. iPad works fine without restarting any services. It seems like WD have stopped supporting this device completely so it's really up to us to fix any issues that crop up. If I find any more fixes, I'll post them for others to try out. Wish I'd bought an Apple TV now as there's nothing worse than buying a product only to realise later that there's no decent manufacturer support for it!
02-13-2012 01:43 AM
@wutang200 I have exactly the same issue.
I have 2 pc (seven and xp).
Click on network share and nothing happens
I tested shares using popcorn hour and xbmc and everithing is ok