I can no longer see my Salkstream III via my Windows 10 computer network to add music.
I have no problem accessing it via Roon using the same computer as a remote, so I know it’s connected.
I tried using Fing on my iPad to find the IP address, but the only thing I see that looks like the streamer is the minidlna player (I can see splayer minidlna on my Windows 10 computer network as well).
I did a search and found this suggestion, but it doesn’t work for me. I get an error message that says “Windows cannot access \\10.0.0.98”
“If you bring up Windows Network, click on the menu bar and (in your case) type "\\10.0.0.98" (without the quotes). You should then see all the folders on the StreamPlayer and can access them. Basically, you are telling Windows to access the IP address of the StreamPlayer. Using this technique, I can access all of my other Windows computers and network devices even though they don't show up initially.”
Any idea what to try next?
PS - tried rebooting Salkstream and computer, no luck. If I click to diagnose network, it says “file and print sharing resource 10.0.0.98 is online but isn’t responding to connection attempts”.
PPS - I broke out an old laptop running an older version of Windows 10 Home. I had no problem seeing the Salkstream files as well as the files on my desktop Windows 10 (current Home version. I use the desktop to rip CDs, store a copy of my music files, and transfer music files to the Salkstream since the old laptop really isn’t suitable for all that). Using the laptop, I was able to transfer the Music files I just ripped from CD on the desktop from the desktop to the Salkstream. I hope I don’t have to do this every time I want to add music to the Salkstream!