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Old 01-09-2018, 02:35   #1
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Windows 10 Network Drive issues.

Im having a lot of issues with Windows 10 and network drives. For example i have a Synology DS215J which is only intermittantly appearing as accessable in windows on my main PC yet i can access it perfectly over the network on my other 2 systems and 2 laptops.



Now i watched this youtube video and used some of the info from it when hes going through the services.msc and it brought the drive back to working order, low and behold a M/S Cumulative update for August came down earlier and installed and again ive lost the drive, i refollowed the steps in this video and i cant get a connection to it.



Anyone more up on networking than me care to help?



Here is the video i followed from the services.msc part onwards.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEydJb-8RCk
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Re: Windows 10 Network Drive issues.

Now you know why I don't use windows 10. I'll stick with Win 7 (or move to Linux).
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Re: Windows 10 Network Drive issues.

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Now you know why I don't use windows 10. I'll stick with Win 7 (or move to Linux).

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Now you know why I don't use windows 10. I'll stick with Win 7 (or move to Linux).


Wise move sticking with Win 7
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Re: Windows 10 Network Drive issues.

The only way i can seem to get them to work again when they stop is go into Device manager and remove the ethernet drivers and reinstall.

This gets the drives working again temporarily.
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Re: Windows 10 Network Drive issues.

Ive attempted to update the Ethernet Drivers to latest from Intel themselves and i still have the same identical issue.

Is this a driver or a Security issue?
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