WD MY BOOK WORLD EDITION ER PASSWORD

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I got a new World book a few weeks back, I have never logged onto but the default user name and password (admin/) does not work!. I haven't used the unit in quite some time now and when I tried to reconnect to it today to store some music I couldn't connect Resetting username and password for My Book World Edition (white lights) · WD Legacy Products. Dear manager, I used My book world edition II (White) My book world edition II has Hello, My WD My Book World drive has crapped out on me. demeromon. ga.


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Hello, My WD My Book World drive has crapped out on me. The hard drive is a WD Green 1TB that came from a first gen (blue rings) My Book World Edition. . mount -t cifs -o username=admin,password. utility (input/output error) nor could I delete anything using any dos based hard drive zero-er. How to Reset the Wd Sharespace or the Wd My Book World (White Light) Drive IP Settings, and Administrator Password to factory default, use the reset button. Drive Com patibility Guide | Reviews | Regist er your WD Drive | Legacy Avast AntiVirus Home Edition + Serial Keys - {RedDragon}. Western Digital My Book GB Svart external hard drive. Handlevognen er tom! with Acronis® True Image™ WD Edition software to schedule full system backups. WD Security software, just set your own personalized password to help keep Millions of people around the world trust their data to My Book desktop.

Do you think that the hard drive fried when the enclosure died? It would be good to confirm what those file systems were, though, but that is going to be difficult. For both the bottom line always reads "Error reading sector sector number " and says 0 files found.

My assumption is that this drive is toast or at least the data on it is corrupted beyond repair. Fair assumption? Luckily I have backups of my most important photos, but lost a bunch of other stuff this was my backup, and my old laptop just had it's hard drive die around the same time, so anything that didn't get transferred to the new comp is gone.

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Unless anyone has anything else to try, I am guessing my next step is to format the drive to see if it is usable for anything. The boot partition looks like the sectors are out of whack, quite understandable considering what happened.

I'd try do that before killing it. PS: I looked for WD Smartware that would probably remedy this but as old drive they have no relevant software for the World. PPS: I'm wondering if restoring the boot sector would remedy this?

Shouldn't kill the data and if it doesn't work then that's ruled out and no worse off.

Not looking promising Access by the NFS protocol is not enabled by default; you have first to enable it in the "Advanced" tab of the MyBook storage manager, then you can mount the disk shares via NFS with: mount -t nfs ip.

This drive is probably toast, has a messed up boot sector and the user can't mount it at all. In the first post OP states that the drive is not in an external box anymore but in the computer so, as informative as your post is, it is redundant. To me that means that the drive is fully toast.

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Thanks for all of your help, and you too cprofitt. Hard luck Please mark thread as 'Solved' from Thread Tools.

Sorry to hear that it is toast Some people said it was ext3, some said it was a raid stup, bt trying to mount as an ext3 or 2 gave the error that the FS was wrong. I also tried to follow directions for using mdadm with no luck the drive shows 4 partitions. Using the disk utility I think that was the name it shows it correctly with the right overall size, but says "unknown" for each partition. Used Disk Utility.

Partition types are all listed as unknown. Partitioning is "Unknown Scheme" Tried the dumpe2fs from the link you provided.

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Response was "Couldn't find valid filesystem superblock. Following the suggestion of another website, I tried the command dmesg grep "[sh]da" a ton of similar results popped up. A typical one looked like: Read Do you think that the hard drive fried when the enclosure died?

That might be the case. It would be good to confirm what those file systems were, though, but that is going to be difficult. For both the bottom line always reads "Error reading sector sector number " and says 0 files found. My assumption is that this drive is toast or at least the data on it is corrupted beyond repair.

Fair assumption? Luckily I have backups of my most important photos, but lost a bunch of other stuff this was my backup, and my old laptop just had it's hard drive die around the same time, so anything that didn't get transferred to the new comp is gone.

Unless anyone has anything else to try, I am guessing my next step is to format the drive to see if it is usable for anything. I wouldn't rush. The boot partition looks like the sectors are out of whack, quite understandable considering what happened.

You might have a look here: I'd try do that before killing it. I looked for WD Smartware that would probably remedy this but as old drive they have no relevant software for the World. I'm wondering if restoring the boot sector would remedy this?

Shouldn't kill the data and if it doesn't work then that's ruled out and no worse off.

This might give some clues: Everything I found for fixing sector read errors were things that I already did with the exception of the dos program HDAT2. Unfortunately I ran that and it gives me an error:This is that annoying "feature" in Windows that constantly pops up wanting to ship information about your software failures to Redmond. We also made note of drive noise and extra USB ports as we tested the external desktop hard drives.

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Called support and It was still under warranty since the drive had failed and wasn't reading anyway sending it back for replacement and keeping the other drives for something else.

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