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Is my usb hub failing and causing issues with my hard drives?

external hard drive usb hub windows 10 windows 10 pro hard drive hdd Error 0X800701B1 failure copy error

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I have the permissions set properly on all the networked drives and I can see the networked drives I created on my end but none show up on other w8.1 computer. The same applies to the w8.1 computer. The same network problems I told you about in my other post still exist and I can't access the network either computer. 

 

Is there a way I can install team viewer where I can see the remote w8.1 computer when I need to and the w8.1 computer can see my computer when it needs too? Thanks.


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I think network drives are one way so you may have to map them from the 8 to the 10 also.

 

I've never tried TeamViewer in both directions so I don't know if that would work but it's worth a try.

 

I'll send you a PM with another suggestion.


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I sent you a PM.

 

I followed the instructions from your link about mapping network drives for Windows 10. It said nothing about mapping drives one way or two ways. How would I map the network drive from the Win 8 to the Win 10 since the network still isn't working?


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