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Resolve Issues With Your D-Link Network Attached Storage

D-LINK SHARECENTER 320

I am currently working with a Sharecenter 320 which appears to be having a problem with one of the drives installed in it. It keeps reporting that ‘drive 1’ has corruption. I’ve actually removed the original drive, and replaced it with a brand new, fresh out of the box, drive, but the error message has remained the same. It has not asked me to format it. In addition, regardless of the drive I am using, it refuses me access to it through the computer, so I cannot check it or even make a copy of it. It tells me that it is an invalid code, or says nothing at all. The message either appears, and then I am back in My Computer, or it freezes solid and I have to restart everything. I am also having trouble connecting the ShareCenter to another network computer, it won’t respond to the operating system, apparently. I need to extract the data in the drive, somehow, but I am unsure where to even start.

D-LINK SHARECENTER 320

I have a D-Link ShareCenter which I have been using with my Mac for some time. I use it on a network where there are both Mac and Windows computers, but recently I decided that I needed to upgrade to the Lion OS for Mac. I backed up all of the information on the computer onto the ShareCenter, as this seemed the best place for it to go. I had absolutely no problem using the Snow Leopard system, and could go backwards and forwards in the files on the D-Link at will. Since I have upgraded to Lion, however, the Time Machine mechanism just won’t work and I cannot copy data from or to the ShareCenter system. I have looked in Finder, and can see the D-Link, but apparently I cannot get the computer to copy anything from the ShareCenter, and nor can I get the latter to copy anything into my new operating system.