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  1. IP Setup Utility Cannot Find Linkstation
    [Answer ID: 14122]
    If the IP Setup Utility cannot find LinkStation, try using the NAS client utility instead.It is an updated version of the LinkStation IP Setup / LS Client utilities and seems to work better on newer systems....
  2. Forgotten password / Reset for Wireless devices
    [Answer ID: 14125]
    The only solution is to set the unit back to default settings. Afterwards all settings you made are lost and the password is the default one.Wireless Routers / Access points and Ethernet converters -...
  3. What to do if the USB drive is not recognized on the TeraStation or LinkStation
    [Answer ID: 14130]
    Connect a USB drive to a USB port on the TeraStation or LinkStation, then follow this procedure to recognize the devices. 1.Turn off the TeraStation or LinkStation.2.Turn off the USB drive....
  4. Memeo
    [Answer ID: 14131]
    Memeo provides a copy of Memeo Backup software to distribute to Buffalo product users.Technical Support can assist customers installing the software, but any support issues related to its operation should be addressed directly to Memeo....
  5. How to: Connect a TeraStation or LinkStation directly to a PC
    [Answer ID: 14140]
    1.Connect the Ethernet cable from PC LAN port to the NAS device. 2.For a PC, double-click the icon. For Mac OS, click the icon in the Dock.NAS Navigator2 will start. 3.Click [Refresh]....
  6. Logging in to restricted shares on the LinkStation using Windows XP
    [Answer ID: 14147]
    1.Disconnect the mapped drives and reboot the computer to clear any cached username/passwords. 2.Navigate to [Start] - [Run] – “LinkStation”, replacing "LinkStation" with the Network Name or IP address of the LinkStation. This will display a list of the shares on the unit....
  7. Network Path Not Found Error on the LinkStation
    [Answer ID: 14150]
    This is usually caused by one of the following: •The computer is not able to see the SMB shares •The "File and Printer Sharing" is not enabled •NetBIOS over TCP/IP is not enabled Follow this procedure....
  8. Buffalo Wireless and Apple OS
    [Answer ID: 14151]
    Buffalo Technology support for its' wireless cards for users using Apple OS is limited.The reason for the limited support is due to the drivers being written by Apple developers and not Buffalo developers, negating control over their functionality....
  9. Problems getting to secure sites through router
    [Answer ID: 14155]
    Several DSL modems have router functions and this causes all communication to go through 2 layers of Network Address Translation.This can cause issues with https sites such as online auction and banking sites....
  10. Wireless Drops
    [Answer ID: 14157]
    Set a specific channel for wireless instead of using Auto channel. The Auto channel will change the wireless channel automatically to avoid interference. Occasionally, if the interference is equal on all channels, it will cycle through them constantly....
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