Before you by the Western Digital WEII think what you will be doing with it, then have a read of this click here
Yes, Western Digital have decided that only pirates want to share music across a network, so they've made it impossible to share the following files, AAC, MP3, AVI, DivX, WMV, and Quicktime, across a network with this drive.
I've got my Buffalo Linkstation Live 500GB NAS, According to Buffalo, On the Box it says Windows Vista Compatible.
It works a treat, Easy to setup, Has a built in Printer Server (USB2), You can attach a USB2 Hard Disk to it as Extra Storage, And the Memeo Auto-Backup Software is simplicity in it's self, Once it's Setup, It just backs-up the files on it's own, in it's own time.
I like the look of that Linkstation, MCE2K5, well worth the money if thats what you need.
Having said that, for anyone that doesn't want to go to that expense, an ordinary bog-standard external drive should be easy enough to share on a wireless network. The only drawback is that the PC it is connected to needs to be turned on for the drive to be accessed by the other PCs on the network.
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