Question: After restarting my Linskstation HD-HG400LAN, I couldn't find my
shared folders on my network nor could I access it via browser. I used the
Easysetup CD to successfully find the Linkstation on the networ, and was
able to access the Linkstation's Link Navigator via a web browser. The first
time following the disappearance of my shared folders from the network, I
navigated to "Shared Folder Setup" and could see my list of shared folders
(by the way, none of them have ever had any access restrictions). However,
when I tried to edit one of the shared folders (to enable a recycle bin),
the list of shared folders was replaced with one shared folder named "Binary
file /etc/melco/shareinfo matche" with an access restriction and a shared
folder description of "777". Any attempts to edit this folder result in the
error: "ad-setup-share-edit.pl---rdoOS Check Error"
From what I can see, the percentage of the disk space used (30.08%)
indicates my data is still on the Linkstation, however, I cannot access it.
I shutdown the Linkstation and restarted it, and now I see 5 shared folders
in the "Shared Folder Setup" screen, all with an access restriction and a
"777" description and names as follows (without quotes):
"Binary file /etc/melco/shareinfo matche"
None of these names are the same as what I had previously. As before, any
attempt to edit these mysterious new shared folders results in the
"ad-setup-share-edit.pl---rdoOS Check Error." Since discovering the odd
behavior, I've flashed the firmware to the latest version, 1.42.
Any ideas what to do next to recover my data and /or get the Linkstation
back to where it was before?
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