A couple of years ago I purchased a freecom classic SL network drive. The plan was to connect it to my router as a backup drive and to store large files which didn't fit on my laptop. Freecom's NDAS software sits on my laptop and allows me full access to the drive over a wireless connection.

My problem is that the software requires the serial number of the drive to gain read access and a second 'write key' to edit.

These numbers have rubbed off the bottom of the drive and although I can retrieve the serial number, I can't rerieve the write key, which means I can only edit the content when the drive is connected via USB.

Freecom tech support were no help, in fact they never responded to my query.

Does anyone here have any suggestions?