02-22-2007, 06:21 AM #1
unable to connect to network disk drive
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- May 31, 2006
I'm a recent switcher to mac, and am currently using a macbook. Absolutely love it to bits - apart from the noisey Superdrive... Anyway, when I first setup my macbook I connected to my network drive no problem. It is a western digital drive connected to my netgear DG834N. I have since taken my laptop to my girlfriends house and connected through her wireless setup. On return to my house and connecting to my network wirelessly I am unable to connect to the network drive. Maybe it's just coincidence I don't know. Any advice on being able to re-connect to my network drive would be much appreciated. I am tempted to just dump my desktop Wintel machine and use this macbook, but just need to iron out any minor problems i'm having and get used to the MacOS.
Cheers for any help...
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