01-30-2011 02:59 PM
Just go to the Novastor website . There you will find a link to apply for the upgrade. They will then supply you with a link and information to download the upgrade to version 12. Having said that, I think that using it maybe a mistake because I have never been able make it work as described.. It just keep repeating the same error over and over.
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Error e001000b: The specified media could not be written to. - Job processing failure
Contacted Novastor and they sent me some additional instructions. Their online help and forms have shed no light on the subject. Still have the same error on all 3 machines. I am using windows 7 32 bit on desktop, windows7 64bit on laptop and windows vista home premium 32 bit on other laptop. I am also using a buffalo wzr--hp-g300nh router and the buffalo linkstationpro ls-v1.0tl.. I have also contacted Buffalo but so far no response. If anyone has any ideas I am open for suggestions.
02-21-2011 05:13 PM
Assuming you've heard but for those that are looking for some answers. There is a known problem according to Buffalo Tech support that Novastor is working through with regards to V. 12 and terastations. So, until they solve that, not recommended to go to v. 12.
03-10-2011 05:27 PM
The above is incorrect, there is 0 know issues with any of the buffalo products, particularly the TeraStations with NovaBACKUP 12.0. I should know, as I work for NovaStor. :)
03-13-2011 09:30 AM - edited 03-13-2011 09:32 AM
Hey Nate, thanks for taking the time to sign up and respond here. I am glad you are willing to take the time to stick around and answer some questions as well.. :smileywink: If there truly is no issue with your product, as you have said, why is the second most popular search query on your knowledgebase "error 001000b" (second only to "an in"). This information is reported at the bottom of the search results page on your own site. Its obvious people are having this issue, and coming to you for support. Why is there no article on the subject?
I am having this issue on my Windows 7 x86 machine as well. On the device tab my buffalo NAS does not even show up; is it supposed to? I am fairly sure it was there when I first installed the software, and before I changed the name on the NAS. The Buffalo NASNavigator2 software talks to the hardware just fine, and I can move/copy/delete files to the shares from windows without any issues.
03-15-2011 09:03 AM - edited 03-15-2011 09:06 AM
Just wanted to post a followup on my issue. After upgrading to version 12 of the Novastor software, my windows backups seem to be working normally. I filled out the form at http://www.novastor.com/buffalo/, and received a response within 24 hours with a download link and 5 license keys.
04-06-2011 09:55 AM
The only way I have been able to get the Terastation to work correctly with the NovaStor software is to map a drive using the ip address instead of using the netbios name of the NAS. Not a great solution but a workaround none the less.
05-23-2011 01:10 PM
Thanks for the response. I guess what your response is saying is that you (NovaStor) and buffalo need to talk a little more because that's exactly what they told me.
Just requested my upgrade and we'll see how it goes.
09-11-2011 10:20 PM - edited 09-11-2011 10:21 PM
On one of my backup clients (there are 4), I inadvertently installed the Trial version of v11 NovaBACKUP Pro client from NovaBACKUP website. This trial version is setup and have it working fine to new Linkstation Duo 2x1TB NAS.
Now I have 3 days before the trial ends and I can't find any way to apply the license key to the running version.
? Is there any way to apply the client license to this trial version, or do I have to uninstall the trial version and install the image from BuffaloTech?
09-12-2011 03:46 AM