Win 10 doen't support NSA320!

estalson
estalson Posts: 1
edited September 2019 in Personal Cloud Storage
Now that my NSA320 is obsolete, how can I recover my data?  I have a spare laptop I have installed Windows 7 on.  However, I find it won't connect to the NSA.  I lack the NSA Starter Utility and since Zytel has pulled support for the 320 the utility is no longer available for download.  So, if you have an idea about how I can recover by data, PLEASE reply to this post.


#NAS_Sep_2019

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  • Wiasouda
    Wiasouda Posts: 156  Ally Member
    Do you mean you want to access your NSA320, but you don't know its IP address?
    If yes, you can download "IP Scanner" tool to find its IP address.
  • Onetopher
    Onetopher Posts: 2  Freshman Member
    No he means Windows 10 stopped supporting Samba 1 and switched to Samba 2. So you can no longer view your network mapped drive connected to shares in the NSA320 via file explorer. You can still access files through the IP address through the browser but automatic backups are not supported. 
  • Onetopher
    Onetopher Posts: 2  Freshman Member
    If you are accessing the NAS with Windows 7 file explorer, you just need to map a network drive to access the data. You don't need the ZyXel Starter Utility even though it does make it easier.
  • Mel
    Mel Posts: 83  Ally Member