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Windows stop sharing videofiles

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Jensa86, Jun 23, 2018.

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  1. Jensa86

    Jensa86 Thread Starter

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    Hello .

    I having a huge problem with windows stop sharing files in my home network . All the maps are there like I left them . But the devises say it empty when it's lot of files to share . Only solution today is a reinstall . Please somebody .

    I have reinstall c drive 10 times this week already

    Computer :
    Msi h87g43m 1150 socket
    Processor i5 4690k
    Hard-drive . Samsung ssd as boot divise . 2 3 tb wd red as the backup and file share system .

    Networking : is a dlink 615 with the build in network from the motherboard .

    A clue is the sharing network needs to be reactivated every start up. Is that normal ?

    Some parts have I time of over 4 years I think . So it have some years on it now .

    Where I begin here ? Can it need a new bios battery ? :eek:. Correct me if I wrong but it some how helps the computer to store some settings
     
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  2. Jensa86

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    edit..it seams to just share the stuff on c ..not on the other drivs :p

    May be solvd (y)

    Same thing happens aigan
     

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