I am running Windows 10 Pro and have a WD My Cloud. Lately I am unable to read the drive from Windows. I am at 96% capacity, so I don’t know if that has anything to do with it, but I can’t read the files on the drive, and it very frustrating. I just updated to the latest version of WD Quick View and WD Access. Have there been any issue with not being able to view files on WIN10?
Some suggestions in other threads about getting the My Cloud to show up in Windows 10…
Here is what I just found with a Google search and it worked for me.
Open the Control Panel select Programs and Features then open Turn Windows features on or off
then make sure the following box is checked, SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support, your computer will have to reboot for it to take affect. See images below, click on, tap or activate images to enlarge them.
End results, my My Cloud is back. See images below.
Windows 10 Issues and Potential Solutions
This posting pulls together, in one place, several of the methods, steps, and procedures used by others to resolve their Windows 10 / My Cloud issues or problems.
Note: The compilation of methods and steps below may not solve your individual Windows 10 / My Cloud problem or issue.
One cannot stress this enough, if you have not already done so read the
WD My Cloud User Manual!
Before trying any of the methods, steps or directions below, updat…
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