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JamesColeman1
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Seagate NAS is unaccessible since I had a new Hub installed

My old Superhub stopped working last week and so I was sent an new one (the latest Hub 3.0). All went ok until I tried to connect my Seagate NAS to the hub (via ethernet). It was fine with the old hub but now gives this message when I try to access it: \\Seagate-xxxx is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions. A specified logon session does not exist. It may already have been terminated. I don't know whether it's some kind of firewall problem. I've googled it but with no success. Just wondered if anyone else has had a similar problem and, if so, how they solved it. Thanks.
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Re: Seagate NAS is unaccessible since I had a new Hub installed

Run the setup software again.

 


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Re: Seagate NAS is unaccessible since I had a new Hub installed

Which setup software?  I didn't need any software to get the Seagate to work with the previous Hub.

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Re: Seagate NAS is unaccessible since I had a new Hub installed

Have you tried right clicking on the drive in Computer and disconnecting it, then reconnecting to it again through network and sharing center  

The network path to the drive might have changed since changing router,

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