When I connect the WD NetCenter to a Win7 system, I get the following message after selecting the device name and pressing Next in EasyLink: “Could not find any Windows network resource for your NetCenter. If you recently changed the NetCenter’s device name, you may need to turn off your NetCenter and back on”.
I got that message initially. Eventually, I did change the device name from its default. So I did toggle the device off, then on, to no avail.
The NetCenter’s power light nevers glows a solid blue. Instead, it is always a flashing blue.
When I double-click on device name in EasyLink, there is no shared folder.
When I click on config\Configuration(.html) and try to create a shared folder, there is no volume name.
When I try to create a new volume, I get the error message: “Not enough disk space available” (!).
I had done a “long reset” earlier due to other problems. In hindsight, that was probably a mistake.
Did the “long reset” effectively delete any pre-existing shared folder(s) and data?
If so, why do I get the error message “not enough disk space”?