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> > > I'd suggest trying a different power supply.
> > > Frank
> > Interesting suggestion Frank. The slug is getting power just
> > behaving erratic! Would the power supply have a bearing on it?
> > After reading an entry in the linksys forum, I have now replaced
> > battery in the slug, to see if this solves the problem. Alas, no
> > joy. While sometimes it does detect the disks, I can never
> > via the web browser. Indeed, while the light for the device is
> > on my router, I cannot see my slug as an attached devive :-(
> > Looks like I'm off to buy a new slug...
> It is possible that the power supply has enough output voltage to
> light the lights but not enough for the internal computer to
MMmm... maybe, I just don't see it. Sometimes the slug will just sit
there with a flashing ethernet light (in this condition entering the
unit's ip address in my browser returns a search page), othertimes
it will power up properly, detect the hard disk(s) and will look
like it performing a scan of files for twonky vision, as the hard
disk light is very active to start with (what I would expect). When
powered up correctly, the web brownser now returns a page not found
instead of a search page, but I still can't access the web admin