My one suggestion at this point: Go to your devices and printers page in the control panel in Windows, select your ShareSpace and right-click, then select “Properties”
Check the “Hardware” tab and see if there are two devices listed under “Device Function” - if there are, one of them should be listed as “WD ShareSpace Network Storage System” of type “Disk Drives”
Hit the “Properties” button in that tab. In the new window that’s generated, click the “Change settings” buttion and cconfirm for Windows UAC. Then click on the “Driver” tab, and finally click on the “Disable” button. Confrim.
Afterward I think it may be time to try to bring your ShareSpace up again and see the results…
You can always re-enable this specific driver later if you want by following a near-identical process… But technically, as this is a NAS device, you don’t actually require a driver like this to access the device, and I myself have experienced some problems which seem related specifically to having this driver installed and enabled.
Give this a bash and let us know the outcome!