One "server" pc called BOZO, running Win 7 64 Home Premium with EaseUS 3.5. It has one drive 640GB, partirioned into C and D. D partition contains a directory called ACERnet that contains two EaseUS initial full backup files: one called ACERDisk the other ACERData.
My local network in using "Workgroups" with a home network setup as follows:
* Turn ON network discovery
* Turn ON File and Print Sharing
* Turn ON sharing so anyone with network access can read and write Public folders
* Media streaming is on
* Use 128-bit encryption
* Turn OFF password protected sharing
* Allow Windows to manage homegroup connections
Users defined: BOZO (administrator), Guest (default), ACERNET; All without passwords
Drive D and directory ACERnet shared by: ACERNET, Everyone, and Guest with Read/Write access
ACER notebook called ACERNET with User / Administrator ACERNET and no password. It runs WIN 7 64 Home Premium and EaseUS 3.5.
Using Windows Explorer, I am able to accces thru my home network the BOZO pc and all of its partitions, directories and files, without having to input any usernames or passwords.
Initially I created the two backups on the HD of BOZO by removing the HD from BOZO and attaching it directly to ACERNET via USB. Then, I reinstalled the HD in BOZO.
I want to edit the path in ACERNET of the two backups to reflect their new location. I perform the following on ACERNET:
1. Home - Backup Management
2. Click EDIT on one of the two backups that show on the next screen
3. Click LOCATION Tab - An explorer like window opens containing among other things "Computer" and "Network"
4. Click on Network and my workgroup shows under it.
5. Clcik on the workgroup and I get a tree of all the PCs in my network, including BOZO.
6. Click on BOZO - Long "Please Wait" screen and then the message: Falied to log on the network (probably wrong username and password)
Based on some other threads here, I have tried to attach the two log files you seem most likely to ask: easeus log and TBLogsysClient but they are too big according to this site's message (max 256 KB actual 555 KB)