So, I have had this issue for a few months, and only just recently collected enough steps to report it.
The short version is, I have all my files stored on a NAS Server, and I copy them from said folder to a local drive. If I try to access the NAS drive while I am running a program, Windows Explorer locks up and I get an endless scanning of the drive.
Scenario that I can reproduce the problem.
1 – Open PC in my Garage.
2 – Copy contents of NAS drive to Desktop
3 – Launch G-Sender (latest deployed version)
4 – Open a Gcode from the Desktop Folder
5 – Click start in G-Sender
At this point everything is working 100%.
For what ever reason, I decide I need to load a new version of the Gcode
Normally, I would run to my WS in my office, make the update and save it too the NAS drive.
Everything is fine at this point
6 – Without stopping g-sender for fear of loosing my XYZ References.
7 – browse to the network share where the file is located.
8 – Folder loops endlessly and file explorer never shows any files (new or old)
9 – So I am stuck not being able to open the update gcode file.
10 – If I close GSender and browse the NAS drive, all is fine and I can copy the file.
but then I have to re-zero my machine.