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  1. baha2012

    baha2012 New Member

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    Hello I have my seagate home nas switched on so that vimu media player can find it but once found it will only find about 30% of my files stored on it,it use to to find all but for some reason it has decided not to now.
    Any ideas on a solution to this,thanks in advance.
     
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    phm_gtv New Member

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    Have you tried selecting the NAS icon (far left top), holding down the center button, and selecting re-index?
     
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    jonw747 Well-Known Member

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    Oh, is it acting as a DLNA server or an SMB device?

    ViMu should support either...
     
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    baha2012 New Member

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    It's smb but for some reason it won't show up?
     
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    phm_gtv New Member

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    I thought you said it did but not all the content? Did you try the "refresh index"?
     
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    Refresh index is for DLNA only.

    to topic starter: what exactly happens? You can not see some directories? Or some files in a directory?
     
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    You'd have to try to diagnose what's changed since it worked. Was it an update to ViMu that broke it? Was it a video you added? Not all SMB/SAMBA implementations actually work together, but sometimes the dumbest things can break the chain ... like for instance some bogus characters in the name of one of the files, too many files in a folder, a file that's too big, etc. Certainly you should confirm that you can see all the files when browsing the share with a different device (ex: a PC).
     

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