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    PGH A110 GB-PVR Install "Request Cannot be processed"

    Hi, I cannot install GB-PVR on my PCH. When I select the file GB-PVR.html, I get the three options, choosing GB-PVR gets me the error message "Request cannot be processed".

    Vista Ultimate
    Share C:\mvpmc with Guest and Everyone as Contributor. Password protected sharing is off.

    Have attached logs in case it helps.

    If anyone can help me i'd be greatful.

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    A couple of questions things actually look pretty good.

    1. From you PC browser, can you access your PCH via this URL using your PCH's IP?

    http://xx.xx.xx.xx:8883/network_share.html

    If so? do you see MEDIA:mvpmc as one of the shares (case is sensitive)

    2. Does the Network Browser method work? I can't see why it wouldn't.

    Martin

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    Hi Martin,

    Thanks for the Response and thanks for the great install program, I am confident I will eventually get it working.

    I can see the share in the URL, however, the share was called mvpmv. I changed it to Media:mvpmc and now it is working. So it was the share name that was bad... I wondered why when browsing PCH put no name in for it.

    I am continuing on in the install. Thanks again Martin!

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    I am having the same problem. I installed GBPVR on my HP Mediasmart Server. I then created a share on my PCH:

    smb://SERVER/mvpmc (also included username and password)

    I can go into the network browse on the PCH, go to the GB-PVR.html, select either GB-PVR or GB-PVR Network Browse option, and I get "Request cannot be processed".

    I also typed this address into my PC and can see the mvpmc share on my PCH:

    http://xx.xx.xx.xx:8883/network_share.html

    Any thoughts?

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    dbone1026, the Network Browser option only works with a guest share so you need to concentrate on the first choice. The reason I ask to view that web page isn't so much to see if the mvpmc share is there, it is to confirm that the name matches what is in GB-PVR.html The default is hostname:mvpmc but I have noted many people change that even though the guide says not to.

    If you do change it that isn't a problem, but you need at step to edit the line in GB-PVR.html that says

    Code:
    <a href="http://localhost.drives:8883/NETWORK_SHARE/hostname:mvpmc/gbpvr.cgi">GB-PVR</a>
    Remember to use a linux style editor though. Notepad is no good.

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    dbone1026, the Network Browser option only works with a guest share so you need to concentrate on the first choice. The reason I ask to view that web page isn't so much to see if the mvpmc share is there, it is to confirm that the name matches what is in GB-PVR.html The default is hostname:mvpmc but I have noted many people change that even though the guide says not to.

    If you do change it that isn't a problem, but you need at step to edit the line in GB-PVR.html that says

    Code:
    <a href="http://localhost.drives:8883/NETWORK_SHARE/hostname:mvpmc/gbpvr.cgi">GB-PVR</a>
    Remember to use a linux style editor though. Notepad is no good.

    Martin

    Martin - appreciate the response. When I created the share in the PCH, I named it mvpmc. When I open up the GB-PVR.html, I already see that code you mentioned. Is there something else I am missing that you can think of, appreciate any help. Let me know if there is any other info I can provide on my setup. Thanks.

    Code:
    <a href="http://localhost.drives:8883/NETWORK_SHARE/HPSERVER:mvpmc/gbpvr.cgi">GB-PVR</a>

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    When you browse http://xx.xx.xx.xx:8883/network_share.html do you see

    HPSERVER:mvpmc

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    When you browse http://xx.xx.xx.xx:8883/network_share.html do you see

    HPSERVER:mvpmc

    Martin
    Attached is a screenshot of what I see:

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    Ok, if you want to name it mvpmc you have to edit GB-PVR.html and change HPSERVER:mvpmc to just mvpmc If you don't want to install an editor you can rename it to HPSERVER:mvpmc on the PCH

    Martin
    Last edited by mvallevand; 2009-05-02 at 11:53 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    Ok, if you want to name it mvpmc you have to edit GB-PVR.html and change HPSERVER:mvpmc to just mvpmc If you don't want to install an editor you can rename it to HPSERVER:mvpmc on the PCH

    Martin
    Thanks, i just renamed the share name on the PCH to HPSERVER:mvpmc as suggested. From the PCH now when I go to GB-PVR a message pops up saying mount with PCH IP Address. Then a message pops up saying:

    mkdir:cannot create director

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