Or you can map the drive connected to the SMP.
This is for mapping the HUB, but the procedure is basically the same for the SMP.
MAPPING YOU HUB AS A NETWORK DRIVE (for HUB user only, SMP users can do the same for external drives attached to your SMP)
The first thing you will want to do, to make things easier, is to map the HUB as a network drive. Now, I can’t go through the procedures for every OS, but this is how to map it using either Vista or Windows 7. (Note: Make sure that your PC can detect your HUB/SMP under Network)
First, click on Start, then click on Computer.
A new window will pop up and at the top of that window you will see Map Network Drive.
Click on “Map Network Drive”.
Another widow will pop up for Mapping the Network Drive.
Next to “Drive:” you will see a dropdown box, from there you can select the drive letter you want to represent the HUB. It can be any letter that is available in the dropdown box.
Next to “Folder” you will see a input box and a “Browse” button. Click on the “Browse” button and a new widow will pop up that has a list of you your network drives that can be mapped. You should see in that list “WDTVLiveHUB” or whatever name you are using for the HUB (if you don’t then the HUB is not connected to your network and you will need to do further things to get it connected, which will not be covered in this guide). Click on “WDTVLiveHUB” and it should drop down and you will see again “WDTVLiveHUB”, click on it then click on Ok.
Once you have done that you should now have something like this:
If it is not already checked, check the box next to “Reconnect at logon”, the click “Finish” and your done. You should now see be able to go to My Computer and see the HUB’s drive.