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 Post subject: Win7-based NAS
PostPosted: November 10th, 2013, 9:50 pm 
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I have a Netgear ReadyNAS NV+ that is connected to my main internet router. My HTPC is on a separate switch in my living room. When I'm watching something on my HTPC, which is reading from the NAS, and MCM starts processing downloads and moving them to the NAS, XBMC starts buffering and stuttering.

I found out that even though I have a gigabit network, the ReadyNAS has a super weak processor and can really only handle around 36MB/s. I was looking at buying a more expensive NAS, but then I realized, why not just build a machine to serve as my NAS, then I could put MCM, utorrent, sabnzbd, etc there. Then my HTPC will never be reading/writing at the same time--the NAS itself will be handling all of it by itself and never saturating the rest of the network.

All that being said, does anybody have any experience running a Windows 7 NAS? Any advice?

 Post subject: Re: Win7-based NAS
PostPosted: June 11th, 2018, 10:16 pm 
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It is a way to attach a hard drive to a network and it make all your files for centralized file sharing and backup.It also require some software to work. NAS means network attached storage and Thesis writing service help me to find this. A web interface can control this device.It allows to access different files and it also has a router.

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