Windows 10: Windows 10-NAS device problem

Discus and support Windows 10-NAS device problem in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Hi, im new here and sorry if theres already similar thread.Im trying to copy some files from nas device to my win 10 and get this error 0x8007003b.I... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by enor95, Mar 15, 2021.

  1. enor95 Win User

    Windows 10-NAS device problem


    Hi, im new here and sorry if theres already similar thread.Im trying to copy some files from nas device to my win 10 and get this error 0x8007003b.I resolved it by enabling smb1 on my Pc and setting min and max smb also to smb1 on my nas device,but i dont want to use smb1 because it unsecure.What to do, i tried all different combinations of smb protocols but it is only working with version 1 which is as I already said unsecure. Thank you in advance

    :)
     
    enor95, Mar 15, 2021
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  2. Gino Des Win User

    Windows 10 & NAS Box

    Hi Peter,

    A few possible reasons can cause this issue. To help us identify the cause of this problem, we would like to know the following information:

    • How is your NAS box connected to your computer? (Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or USB)
    • Are you using a program provided by the manufacturer of your NAS box to access it?
    • Do you receive any error messages when accessing your NAS box? If yes, what is the exact error message?
    • What troubleshooting steps have you tried so far?

    In the meantime, we suggest that you perform the solution provided by omiklik (Most Helpful Reply)
    in the following thread: Unable to see NAS drive on Network - Win 10 PC.

    Keep us updated on the status of the issue, and we will be glad to assist you further.
     
    Gino Des, Mar 15, 2021
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  3. Blaq Win User
    Can't see NAS (SMBv1), even via IP address (tried common solutions)

    I have a DLINK DNS-325 NAS which worked fine until this week.

    • The issue started after I performed an in-place upgrade. (To fix an unrelated Windows Store problem.)
    • I restored the NAS to factory settings and manually rebuilt its settings.
    • I can access the NAS's Web-based UI without a problem and it reports no errors. I can also ping it without any error.
    I have tried several solutions, some from "My nas devices are not showing in Windows File Explorer - Network, Windows 10 version 1703, build 15063.332" for example.

    • Network reset
    • Enabled SMBv1
    • Forced my PC to be the Master Browser
    • Force-enabled "Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP"
    To take Windows networking out of the equation, I'm initially trying to access the NAS by its static IP, 192.168.*. In the command window:

    • I can ping it without problem
    • `net view \\192.168.*` gives an error 53.
    What should my next steps be? Thanks.
     
  4. DizMatt Win User

    Windows 10-NAS device problem

    Windows 10 - NAS Drive

    I've had similar problems for months but finally cracked it.

    I thought it was my BT router but it's completely down to windows 10.

    My steps to solution, which may not all be required were:

    • ensure client networks for windows is installed (not a problem my installation but essential)
    • TCP/IP advanced settings, WINS, NetBIOS settings to DEFAULT (this might be have been critical)
    • in Windows features, turn on SMB 1.0/CIFS file sharing support, This was NOT enabled by default on my clean windows 10 pro installation
    I also checked that the shares were active, I think I disabled them in my trouble-shooting by accident. Prior to installing win 10 it all worked quite nicely.

    I could log into the NSA320/NAS via the administrative control panel, also I could detect using the Zyxel NAS detector interface.

    I did NOT require any shifty looking drivers from adware driven websites.

     
    DizMatt, Mar 15, 2021
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