I’ve updated to the new firmware 1.02.10. I am having the same issues as everyone else as of late. Here are some details of my problem:
Running Windows 7 (64-Bit)
WD MyBook World Edition 1TB fw 1.02.10 updated 2 days ago.
- Using the WD Discovery Software, I can map my drives and that seems to work fine. However, everytime I restart my computer or shut it down and come back it just doesn’t want to recognize it anymore. The fix was to turn off/on the *My Book-1TB* system and re-map all the drives yet again. Pain in the rear end. This issue DID NOT happen AT ALL on FW 1.02.06 (aside from a few rare network outages on other 3rd party devices).
Since I have yet to see a post or link to any older firmware, I’ll have to resort to figuring out a solution.
So here’s a question to the community…
My Twonky Media was working last night processing all the files for the media database stuff. So I shut down my computer and let the Network Storage do it’s jazz all night on my closet shelf. This morning, I turned on my PC…Mapped Hard drives are longer visible. Go thru the paces above to get it working again. Now, I log onto the default 192.168.1.100 address for the hard drive to access *TWONKY Media Server* and it Google Chrome says Opps, can’t find 192.168.1.100 : 9000. What is going on? Anyone else having this issue or might know how to fix this? I’m sure out of ideas of resetting/rebooting this thing here. Please help or leave me a sympathy response to ease my frustration…seriously.
Thank you. -Brian