Storage & Tape Backup
Buffalo HS-DHTGL TeraStation Live
Quick Setup Guide
Insert the TeraNavigator CD
into your computer’s CD-ROM
drive. If Setup doesn’t launch
automatically, you can launch
it manually by clicking Start, then Run.... When the Run
dialog opens, type d:\setup.exe
(where “d” is the drive letter of
your CD-ROM). Press OK to
continue. If you are installing the software on a Mac, open the
CD and click on theTeraNavigator icon to begin installation.
Click on Begin Installation.
If you’re installing on a Mac, skip to
the next page. If you’re installing on a PC, click on
Connect this PC to TeraStation
(the green, lower button).
Click Next to step through the
Installing Software (cont’d)
Continue pressing Next to step
through the installation.
When installation is complete, you
may close the installation window.
Using your TeraStation with a Windows PC
If you’re using a Windows PC, two new icons will be on
your desktop: Shortcut for your TS-Live and Buffalo
The TS-Live shortcut will open the folders on your
TeraStation. Share is the main folder that you can put fi les and folders
in. Info contains a copy of your user manual.
The Buffalo NAS Navigator icon opens the
TeraStation’s client utility. This lets you easily view
system information for your TeraStation(s). If you
click Setup and choose Confi guration Settings,
it will take you to the settings confi guration
GUI, where you may change your TeraStation’s
settings. Until you change it, the default username
is “admin” and the password is “password”. Consult your user manual for more information
on the Buffalo NAS Navigator and the Settings
Confi guration GUI.
Another way to access folders and data on your
TeraStation is through the mapped driveletter
‘T’. When the installation program ran, it added
your TeraStation’s main “share” folder to your
“My Computer” folder as drive ‘T’. Use this
virtual hard drive like any other hard drive on
your computer. You may add additional shares and
mapped drive letters to your TeraStation and PC; consult your user manual for more