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Tonido Drive blue screen

Postby dbhovel » Thu Nov 22, 2012 6:56 am

Tonido Drive caused a blue screen reboot on my Win7 machine. I suspect I know what the problem is.

I only allow access to specific folders on two hard drives, one is primary and one is backup. Hence they have similar folder names, like MP3. When I connect with Tonido Drive I see these duplicate names in the top level folder. If I try to use the folder from a command prompt, I get "parameter is incorrect" errors every time.

Tonido should either block duplicate top level folder names, rename them or mount multiple drives.

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Re: Tonido Drive blue screen

Postby dbhovel » Thu Nov 22, 2012 7:18 am

I was wrong. Tonido Drive is simply unusable.

I changed my shared folders so that no duplicates exist. Command line access still gave me continuous errors. Windows explorer basically froze and I had to force a reboot.

I am remote from my server (~140ms ping). However, I can easily do remote desktop and SlingBox to/from the remote location without problem.

My server is running Windows Server 2003; relaying disabled. My current client is Windows 7.

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Re: Tonido Drive blue screen

Postby madhan » Mon Nov 26, 2012 10:24 am

Thanks for the bug reports, We are looking at a full Tonido Drive revamp, we will release an updated version.

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Re: Tonido Drive blue screen

Postby edgarinvillegas » Fri Jan 18, 2013 10:31 pm

I have the same problem, I have a tonidoplug with default configurations, and using TonidoDrive from my Windows 7 pc throws a blue screen after some minutes.

It's a pitty because one of the reasons I bought my tonidoplug was to mount it as drive with tonido drive! please fix it

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Re: Tonido Drive blue screen

Postby rydgaze » Mon Jan 21, 2013 11:08 am

Yes. We will look into this and provide an update. There are few known issues that are being addressed in TonidoDrive and we will add this to the next update.

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Re: Tonido Drive blue screen

Postby Billybix76 » Thu Feb 21, 2013 2:15 pm

Status update. My win7/64 blue screens at seemingly random intervals when using Tonido Drive. Vers 22735. Driver issues..?

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Re: Tonido Drive blue screen

Postby scottieg99 » Mon Mar 04, 2013 12:54 pm

Billybix76 wrote:Status update. My win7/64 blue screens at seemingly random intervals when using Tonido Drive. Vers 22735. Driver issues..?


I too would like an update. I get blue screens on all 10 PCs whenever they attempt to open a larger file through drive. I am looking for a work around for now.

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Re: Tonido Drive blue screen

Postby madhan » Tue Mar 05, 2013 11:36 am

How large a file is this? You can change the tonido drive max file size configuration through a setting.

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Re: Tonido Drive blue screen

Postby scottieg99 » Tue Mar 05, 2013 11:38 am

madhan wrote:How large a file is this? You can change the tonido drive max file size configuration through a setting.


well it can open 2MB files fine but as soon as you get up to 25MB it just doesnt load at all..

What does changing the configuration do? Theoretically I would like to be able to do any size. Is that possible?

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Re: Tonido Drive blue screen

Postby madhan » Tue Mar 05, 2013 11:46 am

Stop your TonidoDrive.exe and then open folder %APPDATA%/TonidoDrive/ in you windows PC
Open config.xml using notepad.
Add the following key if you want the mount point to be Q: or whatever drive letter

Code:
<mountpointoverride>Q:</mountpointoverride>


After adding, it will something like

Code:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<tonidodriveconfig>
<config>
<loglevel>information</loglevel>
<maxdownloadsizeinmb>10</maxdownloadsizeinmb>
<mountpointoverride>Q:</mountpointoverride>
</config>
</tonidodriveconfig>


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