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Which Homehub are you using?
Have you tried soft resetting the Homehub to see if it then shows the drive on the network?
Go to Control Panel > Programs > Turn Windows Features on and off > SMB 1.0/CIFS sharing support and tick SMB 1.0/CIFS Client
What worked, the hub reset or turning on Windows SMB 1.0/CIFS Client
Resurrecting this thread because I think the user wasn't given enough info. Enabling SMB can leave you open to viruses ransomware etc. Just type in to Google asking why SMBv1 was disabled in the first place.
The thread is a year old and the OP has not been on the forum in that time so you may not get a reply.
Maybe not, but who knows how many people will look over this thread looking for a solution and instead get a one-way ticket to VirusTown on the Malware Express.
If they have up to date anti malware and AV on their system and their Operating system has all the updates installed the risk is minimised if they still have to use SMB1 because of a legacy device.