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- USB HDD to network Drive
September 22, 2006, 8:14 pm
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I have a external USB HDD. It needs power externally, it does not draw
power from USB. I was just wondering if I can attach a USB 2.0 54MBPS
ADAPTER 802.11G to it then will I be able to access it through a
network. will it become a network drive for me.
Please let me know. I think this won't work. Do we get any special
external case that will make a HDD an network drive for me.
Re: USB HDD to network Drive
I don't think that will work. If it does, I have a lot of USB drives I
would like to do that for. Although if you connect it up to a computer
on the network and share it, that will work. As that is what I am doing
Now there is nothing stopping manufactures from making a router say for
example, to support a USB drive on it. I have a router that supports a
USB printer, but no USB hard drive.
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