I'll try not to go too heavily into the details; let me know if more would be helpful. I have a WD My Book Live 2TB hooked up to my network by Ethernet cable. I was using the drive fine. Then it became “not found”. It used to appear in the “Computers” section of the Windows Explorer: Network window, but now doesn’t. It appears in the “Storage” section of that window, and when I double-click on it, I get to the device web page, where (at the bottom) it reports that the status of the drive is “good.” But if I right-click on it, and choose “open” or “mount public share”, nothing happens. The light stays green the whole time. Help!
I have the same issue today. No help but saying ditto!
Can see MyBookLive2TB via Network & QuickView and accessible to WD Smartware,
cannot map a drive or access share or view the drive through "Computer" interface.
MyBookLive2TB is connected to router and has DHCP IP setting.
At this time I do not have another Operating System to test if it can be done through another OS.
Help! I use this as a storage device for large project data collecting. Time is money and I am losing both!