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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2007 4:13 pm 
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I have noticed that sometimes following a reboot folders change names.

ie Yes Prime Minister becomes YDY70Y~5

The files in the folder seem OK but makes sensible navigation difficult

To add insult to injury, it appears that NL can rename files/folders randomly but does not grant me permission to change them back to their original names.

If NL is corrupting folder names is it also corrupting data?


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2007 6:37 pm 
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Um, I doubt that it's Naslite corrupting your files dude. Reading your other posts it appears you have a host of problem on multiple computers. How do you figure it's Naslite crapping out?

I have a ton of Naslite installations at various clients as well as in my house and I have yet to hear of that one. I've said this before so here I go again, 99% of problems people have are hardware related. The rest are incompetence or something like that. :)

Naslite does what the clients tell it to. If you have open files or cached stuff then I can see a possible issue, but that's user error. Save before rebooting. Other than that, can't say I've had a Naslite server make up names for my files. :wink:


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2007 6:56 am 
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Not too sure what is hapening

This box has been running fine for two years.

But since I have moved from XP to NASLite two WD 250GB HDDs have died.

They are only six months old so I will get them replaced by WD. But definitely worth keeping an eye on this problem.

More likely to be the box than the OS


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