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|Posted by fuhoser - 08-03-2011 03:24 AM|
I've been messing with this thing for weeks now to no avail. I have windows 7 professional (x64) and a pch a210. My pc is connected to my network over wifi and my pch is wired to my router. I was able to transfer files via FTP but I have never been able to get the samba share to allow me to map the network drive on my pc. I am not interested and streaming from my pc, only transferring files from it to the pch. Now the filezilla app will only transfer part of my nmj database file.
I have tried all the local security policy changes and have also made the adavanced sharing changes suggested with no fix. I have the nmt apps for ftp and smb installed and running. Any other ideas? Could it be a router issue? I can see the pch in my network and sharing center, but it says it cannot be added to the tree.
|Posted by Juve996 - 02-13-2011 07:34 AM|
|You're probably using the "Share With" rather than the Sharing under the properties of the folder area. I have had many issues on various different sharing needs using this option. I would redo the share and make sure you select properties from the initial menu then select the sharing tab then advanced and then enable sharing from there. The key here is to use advanced sharing rather than basic sharing, you'll have less issues doing it this way.|
|Posted by Rimwar - 02-11-2011 12:19 PM|
Ok despite this thread a little side tracked..... getting back on topic..... i have an issue.
Windows 7 x64 C200 PH.
Cant get the Shares on my windows machine to update (refresh).
ie: have them initially shared fine.
When a DownLoad finishes it adds the new file to the Shared directory on Windows 7
PH cant see the new files. Still sees all the existing files. But none of the newly downloaded ones. WTF?
Have tried everything listed in this thread. Any ideas???
Would rather not have to roll back to Vista x64 which worked flawlessly......
|Posted by chris57 - 01-18-2011 09:50 AM|
Now change your icons for the actual icons of the NMT:-
You can now simply right-click>Send-to>Z on any file aswell when in explorer, i find this easy.
If you want to call the C200 something different than PCH-C200 you need to go to Setup>NMT Applications. There you will see the name and workgroup that the C200 is using.
|Posted by Netmask - 01-17-2011 01:16 AM|
(01-17-2011 12:50 AM)Casuall Wrote: snip
A follow up - prior to Windows "fixing" itself my mapping was like this
it is now (with no intervention on my part
And in windows explorer
(disc icon) share(\\PCH-C200) Z:
|Posted by Casuall - 01-17-2011 12:50 AM|
(01-10-2011 05:31 AM)Netmask Wrote: Slightly off topic but related. Ever since I've had my C200 whenever I boot up my PC running Windows 7 32 bit I have had a message could not connect all networks etc. Click on the window and up would come log in for the C200, type 1234 and all was well. I had ticked remember box but to no avail. Then this morning when I turned on my computer no message and the C200 was connected. I really hate it when this happen like this for apparently no reason or intervention on my part but I'm happy that it works now!
The problem you describe with "Windows 7" not remembering the password you enabled it to remember I have also had with "Windows XP Pro SP3". Now on "Windows 7 Home Premium" it always remembers the password with no problems. I also have "Windows Vista" and it does not remember the password either. This is an odd problem which I have found no solution. I know of others who have had that same problem with "Windows XP", and "Windows Vista Premium".
So, I guess we will just have to live with the strange behavior of Windows.
HP Pavilion Elite m9357c - AMD Phenom 9550 Quad Core 2.2GHz, 6GB DDR2, 750GB SATA 3G, 2-DVD-RW DL Lightscribe, 15-in-1 Media Reader, TV Tuner, Windows 7 Premium 64-bit -> 2 Western Digital MyBook Essential 1TB USB 2.0 External HD -> Netgear WNR854T Wireless N Router - 300Mbps, 802.11n, 10/100/1000 Mbps 4-Ports -> (2) Popcorn Hour-A110 with Western Digital 320GB HD -> My Lil Movie Jukebox revision 6 -> Sylvania LC320SLX 32-inch HDTV
|Posted by Netmask - 01-10-2011 05:31 AM|
Slightly off topic but related. Ever since I've had my C200 whenever I boot up my PC running Windows 7 32 bit I have had a message could not connect all networks etc. Click on the window and up would come log in for the C200, type 1234 and all was well. I had ticked remember box but to no avail. Then this morning when I turned on my computer no message and the C200 was connected. I really hate it when this happen like this for apparently no reason or intervention on my part but I'm happy that it works now!
I'm still running the May firmware and am quite happy with it for what I need and the internal disk is mapped as drive Z to my PC. Interesting on another PC on the network running Xp SP3 still needs to be logged on...
On my Beyonwiz PVR although it finds the C200 when I try to access it it says guest access denied.
|Posted by Casuall - 09-04-2010 10:09 PM|
(09-03-2010 04:03 AM)Caelen Wrote: I had issues with the popcorn not being able to access shares on a win 7 pc after it had been running for about a day. After a reboot of the pc all worked ok again for another 24 hours or so.
Thanks for adding to the list but could you go into more detail about how to disable smb2 in the windows registry. Some people may not know the procedures and may need step-by-step directions.
|Posted by Caelen - 09-03-2010 04:03 AM|
I had issues with the popcorn not being able to access shares on a win 7 pc after it had been running for about a day. After a reboot of the pc all worked ok again for another 24 hours or so.
The solution was to disable smb2 in the windows registry, since then I havent lost a share even with the pc running constantly for weeks.
This tip was found on this forum somewhere, but I thought I'd add it here so all tips were in one thread.
|Posted by accident - 06-09-2010 04:46 AM|
|also make sure you set the network type to home and not work or public|
|Posted by Casuall - 06-09-2010 04:36 AM|
(04-09-2010 12:12 AM)PAUL7331 Wrote: Guys, I can see al folders BUT files look like they are about to play, and then hang for like 2-mins and then say 'can not play'.... they worked fine with XP! Any ideas? Im using a-110 with windows 7 64bit.
Have you tried to make sure that you have assigned a same workgroup name to your A-110? Make sure all network devices have the same workgroup name as on your PC.
|Posted by PAUL7331 - 04-09-2010 12:12 AM|
|Guys, I can see al folders BUT files look like they are about to play, and then hang for like 2-mins and then say 'can not play'.... they worked fine with XP! Any ideas? Im using a-110 with windows 7 64bit.|
|Posted by chris57 - 03-20-2010 12:35 PM|
|I have not lost my connection since the side scaling was unchecked however I did check the power saving option and it was enabled. So I have now disabled it and am debating whether or not I should enable side scaling. Suppose i'll have to read whether its beneficial or not.|
|Posted by Tank - 03-19-2010 01:39 AM|
(02-21-2010 02:37 AM)chris57 Wrote: I never had a problem either until I installed W7 on my last PC so that all my networked PC's run W7.
In Windows 7 Right Click on My Computer and select properties to open System Properties. Open Device Manager. In Device Manager go to your Network Adapter and double click it to open it's properties. Go to the Power Management tab and make sure all boxes are unchecked.
That is why you keep loosing your internet connection. You have Power Management options Enabled for your Network Adapter.
|Posted by Mr.DJ - 03-14-2010 10:44 PM|
I initially had some "fun" getting the A100 to "see" my shared folders in W7 Ultimate X64.
I just tell W7 to share the video folders to "everyone" and change the 128 bit encryption to the 40-56 bit encryption. Haven't really spent time to figure out if both options are needed to make it work...I suspect only the 128bit encryption needs to be disabled. But, there you have it anyways!
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