08-01-2012 06:09 PM
I have this exact same issue (JS error:  Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property '262' of null), but have not upgraded to the new firmware. I'm on 1.56 and I use normal torrent files, not magnetic links. I've tried switching DHCP off (suggested above), but still get the error. Also tried a reboot of both my router and my LS-CHL - nothing fixes it. I have noticed that not all torrents fail.
Right-Clicking on the torrent once in BT and going to properties, adding udp://tracker.1337x.org:80/announce gets it going.
08-08-2012 07:45 PM
Ok , I just bought a new modem/router, tried downloading a few torrents on the buffalo and they all worked at top speed!
I was thinking maybe it was just a problem with my old modem , but reading this thread I see that I am not alone?
Question , if the firmware isnt the issue , and nothing is being updated on the nas, how are these things just working , then not working , then working again
anyone thought that one through?
08-10-2012 03:11 PM - edited 08-10-2012 03:20 PM
same problem with Firmware 1.60 of Buffalos Europe Website. Using Terratecs Noxon 90elf Internet Radio over W-LAN: Media Server can not be found at first time. Even a restart of LinkStation Duo or Speedport Router doesn't fix that. Using same Device over LAN: Media Server can be found but the mp3-files play just a few moments, then disconnects. LinkStation sometimes appears in the menu on the radio, sometimes it seems the LinkStation is unable to grant access to the Noxon device.
Using the Bluray Player BD-C5500 of Samsung with the newest Firmware (don't know what Version that is): Playback via LAN of .wmv- and avi.-Files also run for a while but then the video stops and an error message from Player appears "No connection to media server". The BD-C5500 is directly connected via Ethernet Switch to the LinkStation.
Now it's my job to fix that and install Version 1.57 for now...
Hope this informations will help you. Excuse my bad english, i tried my best :)
Kind regards from Germany
08-16-2012 11:03 AM
For customers on FW1.60 and can't play AVI files from their Linkstation to a TV, Please email me your TV manufacturer, model number, and TV firmware revision (if you can't find the revision - send the other details and I'll find out how to determine the FW version). Also, send details about the AVI file - purchased, converted from another type of video file, etc. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org
08-17-2012 07:09 AM
I've sent you an email and here's the info on the TV that can't see the avi files on my Linkstation running FW 1.60
My Sony TV doesn't find .avi files served from my Linkstation running firmware 1.60
08-17-2012 08:53 AM
pbryd - I received your email - thank you for sending the information - I replied to you with a few more questions that will help our engineers reproduce this issue in our labs. If there are any more customers that would send their information, it will help us to reproduce and fix this issue faster. Thank you in advance.
09-13-2012 07:52 AM
hi! i am using LS-CHL V2 with firmware 1.6 and time to time it is disconnecting with my Onkyo tx-nr1007. My pc is not experiencing this connecion issue with my audio video receiver.
09-17-2012 08:25 PM
It happened to me on firmware 1.60. Try downgrading to firmware 1.57 or 1.58 and it solve the problem.
In fact, I am currently using 1.57, but the media server / twonky are updated to 1.60.
For me, this is the best combination that works so far..